Your Gen Z kids are bright, intelligent, curious, and passionate. You see their potential, and you want to see them succeed. But despite your good intentions, your kids understand no more about money than you did at their age.
You’re worried about their financial habits:
In a generation that turns to TikTok to answer their financial questions, you’re worried about how your kids will fare financially in the real world. Not only that, but you struggled at their age. And you want to do everything you can to give them a head start.
You want your kids to…
Gen Z’s are growing up with social media as a part of everyday life. They tend to take advice from Instagram before asking for your help.
They’ve watched older generations struggle with debt, and as a result, make similar mistakes. And they don’t understand the importance of building credit.
They’re inundated with information — some helpful, some harmful.
Not to mention they’re coming of age during a global pandemic.
There are a lot of reasons your Gen Z kids may be struggling with their personal finances.
The good news? They’re young. And have time to learn.
The first step to sparking Gen Z’s interest in financial literacy, financial self-awareness is the foundation of the course. Your Gen Z kids will want to make smarter money decisions when they recognize the consequences of the bad ones — and the rewards of the good ones.
When Gen Z’s can understand basic personal finance and trust themselves with money, they’ll make better financial decisions — instead of going into debt trying to keep up with the Joneses. They’ll also move through life with a strong sense of their financial goals and values.
We’ll also cover the basics of money management. Learning to track income and spending teaches Gen Z’s to live within their means — not mom and dad’s.
Even if retirement isn’t on the forefront of their minds, Gen Z’s still have goals of their own. We’ll discuss how to set short, medium, and long-term financial goals — a skillset they’ll use for a lifetime.
We’ll cover how to use credit responsibly and why building credit matters. We provide real-world tips on how to raise their credit score and read their credit report.
Gen Z’s know how harmful debt can be — but that doesn’t mean they know how to avoid it. Gen Z’s will gain the tools they need to manage and pay off debt.
This course is totally self-paced, meaning your Gen Z kids can fit it into a school break or as part of their daily routine.
The course includes:
A Bonus Video Training to help them build financial confidence and awareness.
Hey, I’m Stephanie — the creator of Momentum, founder of Social Money Finance, and financial coach for Gen X Women.
I’ve heard time and time again from my Gen X clients that you worry about your Gen Z kids. Despite your best intentions, your kids aren’t any better with money than you were at their age. The reality is, they’re calling you for a loan after maxing out their card… again.
You’ve been where they are, and you don’t want them making the same mistakes you did.
Guess what? I’ve been there too. Like you, I want to help your kids avoid tough financial situations — now and in the future. And just like I help Gen X women gain financial clarity, I help Gen Z kids build good habits right out of the gate.
With a solid financial foundation, your Gen Z kids will have a head start on saving, investing, and building a financial life they (and you!) are proud of.
Effective money management is about so much more than paying bills on time. It's ALSO about having money to allocate to the experiences you want and quality of life you value.
🎁 YOU CAN HAVE BOTH.🎁
Book a consult below to learn how.