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Kids Learn About How to Budget and Save in School Today

Kids Learn About How to Budget and Save in School Today



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(KSL News) Kids across the country are learning their financial ABCs today.

Kids here in Utah learned all about how to save their money and how to budget as part of National Teach Children to Save Day, and they learned from those who really know their stuff.

One hundred eighty-five bankers from Zion's bank spent their day teaching 10,000 students in kindergarten on up to seniors in high school.

Kids Learn About How to Budget and Save in School Today

President & CEO of Zions Bank Scott Anderson says, "We're teaching the value of money and that you find your money in your pocket or your purse or your car, and money can travel from your home to a store. But we want to teach them that it can travel to a bank."

The event is held every year and has been going on in Utah for seven years.

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