Financial literacy for kids

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We've featured efforts by two banks—Postbank and Umpqua—to stimulate children to start their own businesses, but financial institutions aren't the only ones interested in making children financially savvy. South-African Ka-Ching aspires to empower children with financial and entrepreneurial skills that will help them throughout their lives. The company offers courses that parents can use to teach their children to plan a budget, to control spending, to identify a business opportunity (we assume Springwise is on their reading list), to present a business plan, etc. Ka-Ching sells its courses online and through affiliate partners for USD 147. Customers include schools and…

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