MADISON (WKOW) -- It's never too early to start saving money for the future, and parents can help their kids get on the right track.
Ben Udell, the senior vice president for Monona State Bank, says saving is a lifelong habit.
"The sooner they learn, the better habits they have," Udell said. "And that's again a skill and a lifelong habit that really carries them throughout all of adult life as well."
Monona State Bank also provides young savers with "Piggy Punch Cards" to make saving interesting and fun. After kids make four savings deposits within a certain time frame they receive a gift.
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