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Make Financial Literacy a Family Affair

Financial literacy means being equipped with the knowledge to make smart financial decisions during every stage of your life.

Cover the Basics: Financial Education 101

It’s never too early to start improving financial literacy in your family. A great first step is covering the basics. Refresh your own knowledge—and while you’re at it, share what you learn with your loved ones.

Encourage Good Financial Behaviors

Putting young adults on a path to lifelong financial wellness means helping them gain experience managing money responsibly. Use these resources to help your loved ones build their financial knowledge and develop effective money habits that may stick with them for a lifetime.

Have the Conversation About Family Money

Discussing family finances is especially important with adult children, no matter their age. It’s not always easy, but starting the conversation is a key step in long-term wealth planning.

Financial Education Starts with Family

But it doesn’t have to end there. Your Morgan Stanley Financial Advisor can provide you and your loved-ones with guidance, tools and information to help you build healthy financial habits together and have meaningful discussions about your future. Uncover what matters most to you—and work with your Morgan Stanley Financial Advisor to help guide the conversation.
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