Having the money talk with your family can be daunting, but can be beneficial when making financial decisions in the future. It’s never too early to talk to your children about money: saving, being financially savvy with your purchases, and planning for the future. Chase understands the importance of learning more about each generation’s financial habits, which aids them in providing even more sound financial advice. A group of our Latina bloggers shared their tips and experiences of having #LaCharla with la familia.
“Talking about money has always terrified me. I’m talking pulse racing, adrenaline pumping terror, but I am DONE with that and you wanna know why? Because I don’t want my daughters to have that kind of relationship with their finances.”
“Como padres, somos responsables de enseñarles a nuestros hijos valores en la vida. El éxito que tengan como adultos depende de las herramientas y los valores que les enséñenos desde pequeños. Los niños deben conocer los límites de gastos. Enséñales a tomar el control de su dinero y así puedan alcanzar el éxito financiero cuando adultos.”
“As a deal seeker, I’m especially aware of how money can be stretched and made to work for us more efficiently. Having the money talk with our kids boosts their ability to confidently use and control their money in the future, and TODAY I see the results of “The Money Talk” with the familia!”
To learn more about #LaCharla and follow the Generational Money Talks Series, visit Chase.