Never too young for money matters

28th July 2000 at 01:00
THE vast majority of adults believe schools should teach children the financial facts of life. About 93 per cent of those questioned said childhood was the right time to learn basic financial skils, consumer analysts Mintel found. Nearly three-quarters admitted they did not understand how more complex financial products worked. The company questioned 1,635 adults for the survey.

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