Our episode with Charla McKinley is LIVE. Charla’s passion is teaching teens that their choices matter. She is a firm believer that in order to prepare teens for the road ahead they must be given the opportunity to practice making good (and not so good) choices using real dollars before they get out into the world and have real regrets.
Charla McKinley of Beyond Personal Finance joins the TTD podcast! Charla and Leslie will discuss practical ways for parents to teach and steward their children when it comes to money. Charla will share practical tips about transferring responsibility from you to your children in order to help them learn.
Meet Charla McKinley, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) who homeschooled her kids and is now teaching teens about money. In this episode, Charla talks about how to teach your teenagers about financial literacy, using and saving money wisely, and how adulting really works. She sheds light on why kids need different types of financial literacy curriculums based on their age, as well as how each child can benefit from tailored lessons based on their personality. Plus, Charla shares tactics you can use to teach your kids about the reality of adulting, the value of money, and being prepared for the workforce.
This is my conversation with Charla McKinley, founder of Beyond Personal Finance and creator of the Beyond Personal Finance Curriculum. In this episode, Charla shares with me how the Beyond Personal Finance Curriculum provides a safe place for teens to learn about finance in the context of real-life financial decisions. She also shares how the quality of your life is based on the quality of your choices, and how money is an instrument or tool and with any instrument, there is a hands on component to master it.
Empowering your children with Charla McKinley
Charla McKinley created the interactive finance curriculum, "Beyond Personal Finance," which provides money, finance and budget training to teenagers as they prepare for the real world.
Charla McKinley is on a quest to help the next generation of adults to be financially literate before they have to face any major monetary decisions. In this week's episode, she shares with us how her life decisions in her early years led her to create the Beyond Personal Finance curriculum to educate teenagers on how to be wise with money.
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