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OECD Report - Many Teenagers Struggle to Understand Money Matters
Program aims to teach teens financial literacy lessons to last a lifetime
Orillia youth pilot projects aims to make sense of dollars and cents
9 Ways to Teach Your Kids About Money

Money lies we tell our kids

Millennials: Is buying a home in your 5 year plan?
How to get your kids to manage their finances
Don’t think you need an emergency fund? Think again
Education ministry promises real-world financial literacy content for high schools
9 Ways to Teach Your Kids About Money
Young Money: Forget about stock performance and focus on learning
5 Most Important Money Lessons to Teach Your Kids
Budgeting for your Education Canada
Money lessons should start in the home
The kids are not all right, national movement says
Bank of Mom and Dad, listen up
Teach kids to see through marketing
Start them young says top economist
Teach Students about Money
Getting Your Kids Started On Money Management
29 Money Lessons Every High School Graduate Should Know
Conference Board of Canada – Jobless Youth
Conference Board of Canada – Child Poverty
National Financial Literacy Test