Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. (June 10, 2002) -- It's a given that planners spend a lot of time educating their clients about money and investing, but what about their clients' kids?

Certified Financial Planner Susan Bradley has developed a financial literacy program specifically for kids. The "Money Camp," for kids ages 14-20, focuses on educating kids about investing, financial planning, philanthropy, entrepreneurship, and the workings of the economy.

Bradley has been running the program since 1995. The next Money Camps for Kids will be held July 12-14 at the Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach, Fla. Topics for the three-day program include risk and reward, diversification and asset allocation and family legacy and stewardship. The cost of the program, which includes program materials, breakfast and lunch, is $525.

A concurrent two-hour session for parents on "How to Talk to Your Kids About Money," will be held July 13.

For information on Money Camps, visit www.moneycamps.com.

-- Electronic Accountant Newswire staff

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