Kids & Money
How to talk money with your kids.
One of the most important skills you can teach your kids is how to manage money. Your personal money experiences - good and bad - will teach kids the importance of saving and spending money wisely. Start the conversation with tips shared in the articles below. Also, get your child involved in our Kids Club, which buids money-smart kids through financial awareness challenges and education. Read more on our Kids Club page.
Money Does Not Grow on Trees
But it can grow in your piggy bank and savings account. The fact is there is never enough money to buy everything you want, so how are you going to choose what's really important? Learn how to make smart money choices directly from millionaires who know a thing or two about bui...read more »
Five things parents should do to shape money-smart kids
By Steve Elliott, RCB Bank VP Loan Officer, and father of two The goal most parents have for their kids is that they will grow up and become educated, well-adjusted contributing members of society. Let’s face it, we’ll settle for out of the house and paying their bills....read more »
Teach Kids Money Management
When is a good time to begin teaching your kids about money and banking? “The earlier the better,” says Lisa Armendarez, a banker at RCB Bank. Armendarez admits even though she’s a banker, she’s learned a lesson or two from preparing her oldest child for lif...read more »
Teach Kids About Money With A Hands-On Approach
It’s never too early to start teaching your children about money, how to earn it, how to save it and how to spend it wisely. You can begin by providing kids with a visual, hands-on money-saving experience. One way for kids of any age to learn about saving money is by setting an ex...read more »