By Josh Katzowitz, WCI Content Director

We already know that most doctors don’t learn about finances during medical school and residency. We know that even if you’ve done well academically throughout your life, that doesn’t mean you’re going to be a savant at (or even have a clue about) saving and investing. We know that you’ll probably have to work hard (maybe harder than you want) to become financially literate because it’s not necessarily a part of our genetic code.

But we do know that parents can have a big impact on how their children learn and think about money. Over the years, many WCI writers have touched on the best way to teach your children about money, including learning gratitude, using board games, playing The Stock Game, opening investment accounts for them, or just giving them a debit card and seeing what happens.

As high-income professionals, it’s vital

Keep reading this article on The White Coat Investor.

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