How to talk money with children: FREE eBook

Happy Financial Planning Week 2018! Every year, the Financial Planning Association (FPA) holds Financial Planning Week, to remind Australians about the importance of financial planning. The theme for this year is “Share the Dream”. It is a great reminder of why we need a plan in place to realise our biggest dreams, not just for ourselves, but the next generation as well.

To celebrate the FPA has launched a 


To celebrate the FPA has launched a new eBook to help Aussie parents (grandparents, teachers, aunts and uncles), have money conversations with kids. The eBook is full of ideas and activities to help teach kids the value of real money, when money is often invisible in today’s digital world.

Something you might also find interesting is the Share the Dream research report which has some interesting insights into how Australian parents are raising the next generation – the ‘Invisible-Money Generation’. The report highlights that two thirds of Australian parents believe digital money is making it harder for children to grasp the value of money. Those who have sought advice from a financial planner have the most frequent money conversations with their kids and are most likely to believe their children are equipped for today’s digital money world.

The report offers new insights into our nation’s financial capability and readiness to share the dream with the next generation. Are we are financially capable of teaching children how to be financially savvy?

Download the free eBook: How to Talk Money with Children here.



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Fortress Financial Solutions founder Chris Black is an award-winning financial planner based in Toowoomba who specialises in superannuation, investing, business succession, cash flow management, retirement planning and personal insurances (including life insurance, income protection, total permanent disability and trauma insurance).

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