When you start making your own money, it’s tempting to spend it all. But inevitably there will be a purchase that requires budgeting – saving/tracking your money and setting spending goals. A budget can help you plan for expenses, cut unnecessary spending, and save for financial goals. “Money Talks for Military Teens, Part 1,” provides information on how to develop lifelong money management skills like budgeting, the implications of interest, and types of accounts/investments to consider. This course is most appropriate for ages 12-18 years old and leads into Part 2, which covers topics such as credit, cars, and paying for college.
In “Money Talks for Military Teens, Part 1,” ‘tweens and teens will learn the importance and application of budgeting, saving, and investing. This course is most appropriate for ages 12-18 years old.
This course is sponsored by Prudential. Reference the Course Materials section for additional resources, including interactive planning tools.