Topics and Learning Objectives

  • Discover appropriate conversations about money that can include children, partners, grandparents, and extended family.
  • Apply strategies for positive and productive family conversations about money.
  • Develop an action plan in developing positive financial habits based on family conversations.

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Money can be a difficult thing to talk about – but having proactive, honest conversations about money within your family can help reduce stress and improve the financial capability of generations to come.

Take this short course to learn more about:

  • Identifying the appropriate family members to include
  • Strategies to make conversations productive
  • How to develop an action plan to create positive financial behaviors

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