Nearly half of parents say the recession has them talking with their kids about money, according to a nationwide survey by T. Rowe Price's Financial Planning Services Group. But most still wish they were preparing their children more, and for good reason: If you make kids money-smart now, they'll be fiscally responsible for a lifetime. Here's how to get started.
By Celia Shatzman
Originally published in the April 17, 2010, issue of Family Circle magazine.