T. ROWE PRICE: PARENTS BRIBE KIDS FOR GOOD BEHAVIOR WHILE BEHAVING BADLY THEMSELVES ON MONEY MATTERS
Parents, Kids & Money Survey Finds That More Than One in Four Parents Are Not Confident in Their Own Financial Acumen or Their Ability to Teach Kids About Money Half of Parents Surveyed Mistakenly Think It’s More Important to Save for Kids’ College Than for Their Own Retirement
Survey Finds More Kids Believe They Will Obtain a Million Dollars by Becoming Famous Than by Investing; More Parents Save for Vacations Than for Kids’ College Education BALTIMORE, March 27, 2013 T. Rowe Price’s 2013 Parents, Kids & Money Sur...
Kids Want More Guidance on Money Matters, yet Parents Lacking as Financial Role Models, T. Rowe Price Survey Finds
The 2012 Parents, Kids & Money Survey from T. Rowe Price, which surveyed parents, and for the first time, their kids, reveals that kids ages 8 to 14 want to know more about money matters, particularly about saving and how to make money. Yet, while talking about money is generally encouraged, and 76% of parents are having money conversations with their kids at least somewhat often, survey findings indicate that parents are not doing enough to teach their kids basic financial lessons.
The recent gyrations in stock prices and accompanying flood of news coverage provide parents with an excellent opportunity to discuss money matters with their children, says T. Rowe Price.
July 13, 2011 – As another fun way to teach kids basic money lessons, T. Rowe Price has introduced The Great Piggy Bank Adventure financial education activity book.
T. Rowe Price Survey Reveals Parents Overwhelmingly Feel it is Their Responsibility to Teach Kids About Money, But See Room For Improvement as Financial Role Models
March 31, 2011 - Parents Find It Easier To Discuss Drugs and Alcohol Than Family Finances Two-Thirds of Parents Feel They Could Do More to Teach Their Children About Money
T. Rowe Price Survey Reveals 65 Percent of Kids Approach Parents to Discuss Money Issues, Yet Discussions May Not Be As Impactful As Desired
April 27, 2010 - Only 19% of Parents Grade Themselves an 'A' When it Comes to Their own Financial Comprehension
T. Rowe Price Financial Education Survey Reveals Parents Grade Themselves 'B-' On Understanding of Basic Savings and Investing Principles
July 21, 2009 - Parents See Room for Improvement on Personal Financial Knowledge, With the Majority Feeling They Could Be Doing More to Leverage Teachable Moments and Equip Kids with Financial Competence
T. Rowe Price Launches The Great Piggy Bank Adventure® at Epcot® and Online to Boost Family Financial Education
May 19, 2009 - Interactive Experience at INNOVENTIONS and Online Virtual Board Game Offer Key Financial Lessons, Provide 'Teachable Moments' to Empower Parents to Discuss Saving and Investing Principles
T. Rowe Price to Collaborate With Walt Disney World® Co. to Promote Financial Empowerment and Education for Families
March 16, 2009 - The Great Piggy Bank Adventure® Exhibit to Open this Spring at INNOVENTIONS at Epcot®