What describes a financially literate teenager?

  • Knows How to Plan, Save, and Invest
  • Stops Asking for Money
  • Has Financial Goals
  • ​Has Confidence in Their Financial Plans
  • Peace of Mind About Their Finances
  • Is a Good Money Manager
  • Develops a Generous Heart
  • ​Knows How to Use Financial Technology

But as a parent, how do you teach financial literacy?

It takes a lot of time and energy to do finances, nonetheless teach your teens how to do it well. And unfortunately, teens that don’t know much about money become adults that don’t know much about money. 

Money Smart Skills has created a workshop that will coach your teens about finances so you don't have to worry any more.

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Husband, Father, Finance Expert, and Teacher

Meet Nate Jensen, the Money Smart Skills Workshop Instructor

     Nate Jensen is passionate about helping people quickly get their finances in order so that they can live the life of their dreams. Fortunately, Nate has the credentials and skills to not only teach good finances, but to live it out. He thrived during a 15 month layoff while supporting his wife and 4 teenage kids, made $100,000 through investments during COVID-19, and has helped thousands of families and businesses win with finances through a 23 year career in banking and finance.

Want to help your teen to achieve more and worry less?

Learn more about our Money Smart Skills Workshop for Teens!

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