Two-Thirds (66%) Believe It’s Very Important That Volunteers Teach Children the Importance of Budgeting Their Money

Parents Less Likely to Find Volunteer Initiatives to Teach Children About Financial Literacy ‘Very Important’ Than Those Without Children

Thursday, November 01, 2012

Toronto, ON – Two-thirds (66%) of Canadians believe it’s ‘very important’ that volunteers teach children the importance of budgeting their money, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of Junior Achievement. One-quarter (27%) believe this to be somewhat important, while one in ten (7%) say this volunteer help...

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Two-Thirds (66%) Believe It’s Very Important That Volunteers Teach Children the Importance of Budgeting Their Money

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