# 245 Rate Your Teen’s Financial IQ: Interview with Nancy Tengler

# 245 Rate Your Teen’s Financial IQ: Interview with Nancy Tengler

Does your teen feel entitled to have whatever they want? How would you rate your teen’s financial IQ? In other words, does your teen understand and manage financial matters effectively?

Our featured guest, Nancy Tengler a seasoned investor and mother, shares her unique approach to improving the financial IQ of children. Drawing from personal experiences, she turned every shopping trip into an investment research exercise for her son and daughter. While some moments were embarrassing, the lasting impact is evident as her adult children manage investments with the acumen of professionals.

Tune in as our guest underscores the importance of leveraging everyday experiences to build financial knowledge.

Practical tips for listeners include incorporating investment research into daily activities, discussing brands and trends with friends and teens, and fostering financial literacy through opening brokerage accounts for teens.

Nancy Tengler’s career as a portfolio manager spans 40 years; she is currently the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Laffer Tengler Investments. Nancy is a passionate advocate for women’s financial literacy and she leads the firm’s Women & Wealth initiative. Nancy is a sought-after TV and print financial commentator on local and national media outlets. She lives in Incline Village, NV with her 2 labs and hikes the Tahoe Trail daily.

In this podcast episode, we delve into the empowering rise of female investors, exploring the estimate that women now control over 50% of global wealth and the transformative impact on financial decision-making. With 95% of women poised to become primary financial decision-makers, we uncover key insights to empower them with essential financial knowledge

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