There's no proof needed to agree with the statement that children learn from their parents; it's something that has already been tested, proven and concluded. The possibility of raising a child that is kind of different , generally dysfunctional and a little monster eats up parents from the inside. These are the reason why parents are always worrying to do the right thing so that their children can learn from the very best. However, there are certain aspects that parents don't pay much attention to Money matters.
No, it is not crazy to train children about money management from the very start. According to the Business Insider, there shouldn't be the probability of raising a child that has zero understanding of how to handle money properly. If every kind of education starts from an early age, then this matter should be highly focused upon too. It's not given much attention, which is why there are certain things that parents do that affect their kid's money-management style as adults.
Kids hear everything, so when parents are overspending they don't ignore it, but write it onto their general list and remember it for the rest of their life. Also, never saying any to children because they do that puppy-eye act and request so adorably doesn't lead to anything, but overspending in later life, according to The Hour. Unintentionally, parents themselves trigger the element of reckless spending in their children.
Giving the children unlimited allowance may also recline them towards not-being-responsible-ever. A limited benefit (possibly after they do certain tasks) on the other hand, helps them be responsible and helps them practice spending their money in only the right place. Moreover, children shouldn't be kept devoid of mature financial conversations, but they should be included, so that they get to know how the world works. This act does not scare them but readies them for what the future has in store.
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