I work for Foresters Friendly Society and we're doing some research on financial education for kids.
We want to create some 'how to guides' for parents and would like to hear your thoughts on how you teach your kids or grandkids about money. We already have a short guide which may cover things you already do, but we'd like to hear more about your own experiences to see how we can improve it.
Are there any financial things you've struggled to explain to your kids? How much do you think they take in/understand? What do you think would get them motivated to learn more about money?