As we get closer to the end of the school year, many high schoolers are looking ahead to the next chapter. Whether it’s going to college, the military, or entering the work force, financial experts say it is important teens are ready financially. April is Financial Literacy Month which makes it a great time to make sure the teens in your life know how to handle money.
Stephen Collie, the Bank of America Region Executive with Consumer Banking & Investments, joined the QC Morning team to talk through some important advice. From creating financial habits early on and understanding the difference between checking and savings accounts, to building credit the right way, Collie weighs in on the important things that can help set a teen up for financial success as an adult.