A child who understands money will become more adept at controlling their life and benefit from it throughout their lifetime.
Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, “Financial education is a mandatory course in life and is the core of child education, just as money is the core of a family.“
American-Japanese entrepreneur Robert Kiyosaki, author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” stated, “If you don’t teach your children about money, someone else will replace you, like creditors, police, and even scammers. If these people educate your children about finances, I’m afraid you and your children will pay a higher price.”
It’s never too early to educate children about money. In the process of growing up, a lack of proper awareness about money leads children to misunderstand the true significance of currency, not knowing how to use money, and being prone to mistakes.
Children who have a proper understanding of money from an early age will know how to balance desires and capabilities, living within their means. Such children are more likely to succeed in the future compared to those who lack financial literacy.
Learning how to use money is the most valuable legacy parents can leave for their children. A person’s attitude towards money reflects their ability to control and plan for an independent future. Therefore, rather than teaching children to work hard to save money, Hanoi Telecom believes it’s better to teach them how to spend money wisely.
The course “Why Teach Kids About Money Early” in HTC’s 2nd Friday Learning Day for March will undoubtedly equip parents with appropriate knowledge and experiences for raising their children. So, don’t hesitate any longer. Students, quickly register to join this excellent course to have the opportunity to establish new sustainable relationships.