By ELIZABETH AYOOLA of NerdWallet
We often talk about money fears as they relate to adults, but teens can have them, too. Money fears can develop at a young age and linger into adulthood. Parents can help equip their kids with a positive money mindset by having honest conversations about money and playing money-related games. Once parents uncover their kids’ money fears, they can address them by providing their kids with age-appropriate financial literacy. Parents also can ensure they’re modeling a healthy money mindset to their kids and help them come up with positive affirmations around money.