Financial Planning Infographic: Are Parents Open With Their Kids About Financial Matters? Read the Article Open Share Drawer Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Written by Mint.com Published May 11, 2012 1 min read Advertising Disclosure The views expressed on this blog are those of the bloggers, and not necessarily those of Intuit. Third-party blogger may have received compensation for their time and services. Click here to read full disclosure on third-party bloggers. This blog does not provide legal, financial, accounting or tax advice. The content on this blog is "as is" and carries no warranties. Intuit does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, reliability, and completeness of the content on this blog. After 20 days, comments are closed on posts. Intuit may, but has no obligation to, monitor comments. Comments that include profanity or abusive language will not be posted. Click here to read full Terms of Service. While finances might not be everyone’s favorite dinnertime conversation, parents who teach their children about money give them a head start on the road to financial success. Whether your version of teaching children about money is giving them an allowance to budget, opening a savings account, or simply talking about how much things cost, opening their young eyes to the world of personal finance gives them a toolset they will use for life. Based off a survey by T. Rowe Price, this infographic explores how often parents are talking to their kids about money, as well as which personal finance topics children are most interested in learning about. Click “launch infographic” for an expanded view of Money Talks: Are Parents Open With Their Kids About Financial Matters? Previous Post Making Money Renting Your Car: The 411 on Peer-to-Peer Car… Next Post Is the Credit Reporting System Broken? Written by Mint.com More from Mint.com Browse Related Articles Financial Planning Kids & Cash: Tips for Managing the Piggy Bank [Inf… Personal Finance Ultimate Resources for Teaching Kids About Money Family Finances MintFamily with Beth Kobliner: Parents Would Rather Tal… Life 3 Money Resolutions Parents Can Share With Their Childr… Relationships Is a Credit Union or a Bank Better? [Infographic] Family Finances Survey: Over 50% of Parents Opt for Chore-Driven Allowa… Trends Money Talks: What Your Kids Want to Know About Money Family Finances MintFamily with Beth Kobliner: New “Money as You … Press Intuit and Scholastic offer free, online program to mak… Financial Planning In Graphics: How Does a 529 Plan Work?