Hard at Work

Published: April 22, 2021

Thursday, April 22, 2021, is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, one of our favorite days of the year. Granted, this past year has been more along the lines of “Bring the Whole Family to Work and to School” every day. However, we are eager to take the opportunity to get not only a much-appreciated dose of cuteness, but also a chance to impart our passion for developing financial responsibility and knowledge, especially since April is Financial Literacy Month. 
 
We enjoy showing our children what it is that we do and communicating the value of hard work. It is never too early to begin teaching your children about managing finances, keeping their financial information secure, and other important topics, in an age-appropriate manner, of course.
 
Looking for some tips? A previous Klingenstein Field Advisors white paper, Raising Financially Responsible Children, has helpful guidance on how to set a good example and get your children started on a path to financial responsibility.
 
 

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