SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 17, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Kids in the House presents a livestream special, 'Family Finance 101', an hour of experts and educators in conversation about the importance of teaching children financial literacy and tips for the financial health of families on Thursday, April 21st at 11 a.m. PST to be streamed on Facebook, Youtube, and Kids in the House.
Kids in the House's founder and CEO, Leana Greene, welcomes Lee Hausner, PhD, senior managing director of First Foundation Advisors and internationally recognized clinical psychologist; Gregg Murset, Founder and CEO of BusyKid, an app created to help parents teach their children about work ethic and managing money; Erin Lowry, personal finance expert and author of Broke Millennial; Holly Homer, blogger at Quirky Mo; and Justin Cupler, editor at Penny Hoarder.
"I can't believe that only 26% of parents want to talk to their kids about money or feel prepared to talk to their kids about money. More parents would rather talk about drugs or the birds and the bees than talk about money. It seems amazing to me. So why is this? I think number one, they don't really have the tools to do it," says Gregg Murset, CEO of BusyKid.
Learn the tools to talk to kids about money and tune in to Kids in the House's live TV episode, 'Family Finance 101' on Wednesday, April 12th at 11 a.m. PST at www.kidsinthehouse.com/livetv
The livestream special will be available for playback after the live airing on Facebook, Youtube, and Kids in the House.
About Kids in the House:
Kids in the House is the world's largest parenting video library – with more than 9,000 videos from 500 top experts, including physicians, psychologists, educators, authors, bloggers, celebrities and parents, with new 1-3 minute videos added every month. Each video address common issues and those segmented by pregnancy, baby, toddler, pre-school, pre-teen and teen. Topics focus on such timely topics as youth obesity, narcissism, and bullying and online safety.
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