Wisconsin families ahead of the pack on financial education

A recent survey by BMO Harris Bank found that while 89 percent of U.S. parents consider themselves a very important resource to their children on basic money management, only 36 percent discuss it with them on a regular, weekly basis.
But in Wisconsin, 45 percent of responding parents said they talk about spending, saving and other money basics regularly.
The survey also found that parents felt 10 was an appropriate age to start talking about money management.

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