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Parents spend more time talking about money with boys than girls

Staff reporter- Baltimore Business Journal

Girls are trailing boys in markers of financial fluency at young ages — at least according to a survey from Baltimore-based investment manager T. Rowe Price Group Inc.

A gender gap exists between boys and girls when it comes to discussing finances and feeling confident about money matters. Boys are more likely than girls to say they talk with their parents about financial matters and also more likely to report feeling smart about money, according to newly released data from T. Rowe’s annual Parents, Kids and Money Survey. The survey includes responses from children ages 8 to 14 and their parents.

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