GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) -- When it comes to saving money, the earlier someone learns, the better.
A report from CreditCards.com shows that the average American household owed nearly $15,950 in credit card debt in 2012. While some of that debt can be good -- like borrowing for a home or college-- non-essential spending can get out of hand fast.
Teaching children about money isn't the most exciting lesson, but it's one of the most important.
April is "Teach Children to Save," so the First National Bank of the Rockies recommends five teachable moments you can take use to show your kids responsible spending:
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