When the original episode was recorded, the “Child Tax Credits” were being distributed without the apparently requisite instruction manual on how to make the most of the money being received. That conversation made for an evergreen discussion on financial literacy for children and teens and even college students as they all need it desperately. This is a conversation that should be had even more than as en “encore” but frequently in communities, in schools, at home. Often. If you’ve missed this episode the first time around, or even the second, be sure to get yourself caught up. We all need to push for financial literacy for our children wherever or however it’s going to happen.