Parents

You wouldn’t let a child drive a car without first giving them some driving lessons. So why is it that when it comes to money, credit and financial advice, many people cross their fingers and hope for the best? Is it because as adults, we don’t really understand it ourselves? Do we get by with a bank account and cheque book but regularly find ourselves in debt without really knowing why or what to do about it? What messages are we passing on to our children about this important topic?

Money and credit have become too important in our day-to-day lives to ignore or leave to chance.

CentSense offers students a concise and meaningful tutorial on important aspects of money and money management.

It is an introductory instruction course in dealing with, understanding and handling money and credit and staying out of debt.

CentSense has developed a simple and meaningful Making Sense of Money tutorial especially for Transition Year and Senior Cycle students.

If you have a child that is preparing for a world beyond secondary school, a life of financial independence, one of the best gifts you can give them is one that prepares them for some of the important challenges that they will face.

CentSense promises:

  • Concise and meaningful money and debt education.
  • No product placement.
  • No advertising.
  • Completely independent.

 

Think-tank calls for financial education 

http://www.rte.ie/news/2012/0229/esri-business.html