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How Parents Can Help Kids Financially Prepare For Post-Graduation Chase Bank has the tools and resources for parents to help teach money basics to their children

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facebook icon linkedin icon twitter icon pinterest icon email icon West Palm Beach, FL | June 10, 2022 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

As families celebrate graduation, now is the perfect time to build good financial habits with your child. Chase Bank partnered with Tech Life Expert Stephanie Humphrey to share resources on how parents can help their kids understand money basics at all stages of life. From the Chase First Banking joint account for ages 6 and older, to Chase High School Checking for ages 13-17 and Chase College Checking for ages 17-24.


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