Teach your kids good financial habits

Let State Farm® help you secure financial goals for your young children and teens with these banking tips.

Articles about children and money

Teaching kids to save money

Help children set goals for their money to set up a lifetime of good financial habits.

Teaching kids how to save for college

Teach your kids good financial habits.

Child identity theft: A hidden but real danger

Thieves use children's information for credit fraud, so don't let it go undiscovered.

Articles about teens and money

Money management for teens

Lessons on money management for teens before they head to college, including how to create a budget, strategies for saving money and ways to use credit responsibly.

How to build credit for teens

Consider these tips to help your teen get off to a good start with their own savings, secured credit card and more.

Tips for managing finances and expectations when living with adult children

Help your kids develop smart financial habits while staying mindful of your own finances.

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