Do You teach Your Teens about Finance?

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About Teen Finance Accelerator

and empowering Teens financially

Life changed pretty drastically in Mid March 2020 for a lot of people...


On Thursday, March 12th - I got a notice from my kid's schools that they are shutting down for the self-isolation break...


I understood why but I had a question for myself as a parent: "What am I going to do with my kids during this isolation break so that we stay safe but sill be productive?"


Later that evening, I took this picture of my son Jaiden in bed watching his phone and eating a bag of chips in an unmade bed.


Then I thought to myself... there is no way this is going to happen during the isolation break... Then I had a light bulb moment! I asked my teens, "Would you like me to teach you about finance and investing during the isolation break?"


To my surprise, they both said YES.

My daughter Sereena asked if some of her friends could join us… I said, “Of course!” So we decided to organize a short training program for Teenagers called the Teen Personal Finance Masterclass.


We ran the first version of the Teen Personal Finance Masterclass and we got wonderful testimonials and feedback from parents and teenagers...


Let me ask you a question: Even though we learned things like the Pythagorean theorem, read Shakespeare and possibly learned a language in high school, why were we never trained on everyday financial matters like keeping a budget, doing our taxes, and making smart investment choices?


After all, right behind oxygen, isn’t money a necessary element of life?


The answer to the above question is still a bit confusing for me.


When I ask my children's teachers about this, I usually get a blank stare.


I personally am not relying on the education system to teach my children about important financial matters.


At young ages, they are being taught the value of saving money for their future selves, how best to organize their financial papers and ultimately how to intelligently earn and invest their money.


After all, the best way to secure our family’s financial future is through education and taking action.


Regular Parents of teenagers believe that the only way to financial success is by going to college and getting a job, while acquiring $100k-$150k student loan debts.

Regular Parents of Teenagers

  • Rely on school/college to financially educate your teens​​

  • Raise teens who have no interest in learning about personal finances and money​​​

  • Live in constant fear and worry of having an adult child living in your basement​

  • Anxious about your teen’s financial future​​

  • Cannot fulfill parental duties by teaching teenagers about money because you have no time, inclination or expertise to do so

TFA Parents of Teenagers

  • Take early action to financially empower their teens​

  • Raise teens who are enthusiastic to learn about personal finance, money and investing.​​

  • Have peace of mind knowing their teenagers will never grow up to live in their basement​

  • Confident about their teen’s financial future​

  • Fulfilling parental duties as the guiding voice their teens can trust.

What we teach at the

Teen Finance Accelerator program

Personal Finance

Real Estate Investing

Stock Market Investing

Starting an Online Business

Investing in Precious Metals

This is right for you if...​

  • You think learning about finances is very important for your teenagers

  • You lack the time, experience and/or inclination to talk with your teens about money

  • You want your teenagers to become financially empowered so they can thrive in a financially uncertain world

Here's what parents like You are saying about the Teen Finance Accelerator


“My daughter is 12 and taking this online course and absolutely loves it!”



Sonia P.


“Jacob just registered! So great learning from an expert - that aren't named Mom and Dad!!!”


Mandy B.

One of the best things to come out of my teens being stuck at home. This kind of information can really help teens learn about financial education that they won't learn at school.

Brenda B.

About Jay Gabrani

Jay makes an impact raising his three children and empowering Families to secure their Financial Future as the founder of Prepared Fathers and Teen Finance Accelerator.


He achieves this through his one-on-one and group coaching programs and his daily podcast A Minute with Jay. He is a frequent podcast guest and does a limited number of speaking engagements.