Everyone is finger-pointing blame about the state of the economy, including financial guru Jean Chatzky. She thinks one of the reasons we got to this place is because "fewer of us have grandparents telling us why it’s important to save and what it was like to live through the 1930s." Chatzky immediately clarifies that in no way is she comparing the present to the Great Depression, and is just suggesting we could brush up on the money lessons from the time period.
Have you learned valuable financial lessons from your grandparents or parents? Please share them in the comments!