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• Jan. 11, 2019

It's never too early to start talking to your kids about how to manage money.

Whether it's providing them with an allowance, or giving them the tools they need to learn how to curb impulse spending, parents have the power to shape a child's financial behaviours.

In the above video, Rina DeGrazia, TD's Vice President of financial literacy, outlines a few tips on how to instill financial confidence in kids to help give them the tools they need for managing their money later in life.

Ready to teach your kids about money? Be sure to check out the TD Ready For You website for more information and educational content.

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