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By Guest Blogger Reeta Wolfsohn, founder of the Center for Financial Social Work

Research shows that children form their money habits by the time they are 7 years old. How are your, or your client’s, kids learning about money? Do their money remarks or actions reflect what you want them to value about spending and savings? What can you do to help young people better understand and manage money?

Money child

Attend this free seminar featuring guest speakers Lori Hendrickson and Shawna Faith Thompson to learn…

  • Why it’s important for children to learn about money.
  • How everyone can start talking to kids about money.
  • How to help youth develop healthy money habits.
  • A variety of fun-filled age-appropriate activities.
  • Where to find trustworthy free/low-cost curriculum resources.

The seminar will be held Wednesday, May 25, at 2 p.m. ET.  Register at either:



As the founder of Financial Social Work (FSW) and the Financial Therapy Network (FTN), Reeta Wolfsohn, CMSW, has dedicated almost 20 years to empowering individuals to take control of their money in order to gain control of their lives. Her work provides social workers, community advocates, human service providers and consumers with a proven and positive method for achieving financial well-being.