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अक्सर आपने देखा होगा कि बच्चों को सही बचत करना और पैसों का प्रबंध करना नहीं आता। और हम ये सोचते हैं कि बच्चों को पैसे देने पर ये उन्हें खो देंगे। पर ऐसा नहीं है। बच्चों को बचत के बारे में आना चाहिए। यह सिखाना भी माता-पिता की जिम्मेदारी है। छोटे बच्चों से कुछ चीजें मार्केट से मंगवाए और उनसे पूरा हिसाब देने के लिए कहें और उन्हें भी कुछ पैसे देकर रखें और समय-समय पर उन पैसों का हिसाब लेते रहें। ऐसे में आप उनको एक गुल्लक लाकर दें और हर महीने पॉकेट मनी दें, जिससे वे पैसों का प्रबंध और बचत दोनों के बारे में सीख जाएं।
"I was one of those at the forefront of the campaign to get financial education on the curriculum in England in 2014, and we celebrated then thinking the job was done. We were wrong. Schools have struggled with resources and there's been little teacher training.
4. Are you comfortable buying from a non-U.S. exchange?