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In a world of instant gratification, teaching your children financial literacy can be a challenge. Retirement and pension plans, once plentiful in the workforce, are now few and far between, forcing everyone to take more control over their financial futures. Today’s children need to learn to be financially literate much earlier than ever before. The National Financial Educators Council, a coalition of financial literacy experts and organizations, offers the following tips to instill good money habits in your children so they can plan ahead…and aren’t still living at home when they’re 35.