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SECOND SHOT SITDOWN — Teaching toddlers the basics of money-making and money-saving?

One man says that’s when the financial education should start and if you haven’t started yet, no worries. He’ll get you on the bandwagon.

It’s not something our kids will necessarily learn about in school, so a lot of that education is up to us.

Vince Shorb fell into his own personal financial challenges in college and the struggle led him to become the founder and CEO of the National Financial Educators Council so there is a place for all of us to go, to learn about money.

Vince says molding positive financial behaviors should start around age 3-years-old. Here’s how he says we can do that.

This is part of a 30-minute conversation about taking a Second Shot at your finances. Click here to listen to the full episode.