SheSociety: Childhood money moments matter

Originally published: SheSociety, 20 February 2019

A new banking study has highlighted how specific money experiences during childhood can lay the foundation for financial wellness as an adult.

The survey of 1000 adults was conducted by ME Bank looking for links between financial wellness and an array of typical financial experiences, both growing up and in early adulthood

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