Take Action: Financial Literacy Month – Help your family get on the right track
Posted by LT Sarah Janaro, Tuesday, April 4, 2017
April is “Spring into Action Month” that highlights five national campaigns; Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Alcohol Awareness Month, Month of the Military Child, Volunteer Month, and Financial Literacy Month. Throughout the month of April, we will highlight how even the smallest action can make a big impact to those around you. Follow this series here on All Hands to learn about all of these national campaigns.
Written by Lisa J. Johnson
Family Support Services Program Manager
What kind of money habits do you want your child to have? When it comes to money, most of us want our children to do better than we did. Does that mean what you really want is to raise children who are happy, healthy, self-sufficient, well rounded, secure, generous, and ultimately financially independent – able to make good life decisions both personally and professionally? Isn’t that what it’s all about?
April is Month of the Military Child as well as Financial Literacy Month. What a great opportunity to combine both efforts!
Join CG SUPRT Personal Financial Wellness on Wednesday, April 19, to learn exercises, activities and responsibilities that can help children learn and establish money habits that will serve them well as members of your household and for the rest of their lives.
- Your child’s “$ personality”
- Allowance systems
- World as your classroom
- Role modeling and money
Wednesday, April 19th
No pre-registration is required. Add the webinar date/time/link to your Outlook calendar as you will not receive a reminder. Simply open the link 10 minutes prior to the start of the event. This event is accessible from a personal computer, tablet, or the CG Network.
Mark these other upcoming webinars on your calendar for even more helpful financial planning advice.