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What’s the Best Financial Advice Your Mom Ever Gave You?

Hear what others had to say in this video celebrating mothers everywhere

MOMS SHARE THEIR WISDOM with their kids every day—and many of those lessons are financial. It was probably Ben Franklin's mom, after all, who taught him that "a penny saved is a penny earned.” Judging by the great responses we got in this video, the financial lessons our moms teach us tend to stick with us—they even help to shape our financial lives as adults. Take a listen. Then think about the lessons you may have picked up from your mom, or are passing on to your kids every day. 

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