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First Kentucky is here to partner with you in every stage of life. These articles are designed to help you teach your children how to become financially responsible from a young age. Read below and if you have topics you’d like covered in Prosper Kids then contact us!

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When Teens Think You're the Bank

When Teens Think You're the Bank

Teens and parents have conversations about money every day, though many times neither realizes what they’re teaching or learning in the moment.
Allowance or No Allowance?

Allowance or No Allowance? Ideas to Handle Both Methods

Just like with most parenting decisions, it can be hard to know what’s best. Deciding on an allowance is one of those difficult decisions and is an old debate among parents.
What You Need to Know About Your Credit Score

Saving for Your 5 Year Old's College Career

Your child may just be beginning their school career when they’re still excited about their teachers and learning, and you’re still trying to...
Finding Teachable Moments

Finding Teachable Moments

You can begin helping your kids learn how to prosper, even at a young age...That’s why we’ve created Prosper, YOUR online financial resource, answering questions and encouraging you on your journey to healthy finances!
Best Mobile Budgeting Apps for Teens

Best Mobile Budgeting Apps for Teens

Whether your teen is a freshman or a senior, now is the time to prepare them for adult financial responsibilities.
Financial Lessons Your Teen Learns from their First Job

Financial Lessons Your Teen Learns from their First Job

In their first job, most teens aren’t just learning about what’s being taken out of their paycheck; they’re only beginning to understand just how far that paycheck will go.
Back to School: 4 Lessons to Learn Before the Bell

Back to School: 4 Lessons to Learn Before the Bell

In a few months, you’ll have fall break activities to pay for, or sports uniforms and practice gear to buy. It’s best to create a budget and stick to it.
Why We Save

Why We Save

Why do we save? Dreams and uncertainty. Teach your children about the reasons we save and help them develop a healthy understanding of money.
Teaching Needs vs Wants

Teaching Needs vs Wants

Help your kids make smart money choices by teaching them the difference between needs and wants. Start early and help your children prosper!
Help Your Grown Kids Prosper

Help Your Grown Kids Prosper

Here are some tips on helping your grown kids prosper as they face the varying big financial decisions of life.