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by sitecore\kmcgrigg on August 10, 2010

Recently, we asked a group of kids ages 8 to 14 what advice they'd give adults about money.  Here's what they had to say:

We did a similar video in March 2009 with some of the same kids. It's amazing to see how their opinions (and my video taping skills!) have changed.

For more about kids and money, visit the new Youth and Money section of our website.

Posted in:  Kids & Money


alen35 says:
August 13, 2010

This is a wonderful opinion. The things mentioned are unanimous and needs to be appreciated by everyone.

Anonymous says:
August 12, 2010

Great idea... Great kids... however without diversity, are you preaching to the choir?

Kim at MMI says:
August 13, 2010

I totally agree about the lack of diversity. Next time, I will try represent different viewpoints. -Kim

TS says:
August 10, 2010

What great "stuff"! My favorite of the year thus far! Kids are so perceptive and can state things in such a concise and simple manner.... "don't be a fool with your money"...'gotta love them.

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