The Kidz Money Project
The Kidz Money Project

Welcome to The Kidz Money Project

Helping Parents Create Money-Smart Kidz


By age 3, kids can grasp basic money concepts.
By age 7, many money habits have already been set.

*Dr. David Whitebread & Dr. Sue Bingham, University of Cambridge

This Cambridge University study shows why it is so important to start teaching kids about money early.  Please don’t wait until they have developed bad money habits that can lead to debt and other issues later in life.

Let's face it… money is an essential part of life.

Why not give your kids the advantages you may not have had by educating them on money matters throughout childhood?  Teach them about budgeting, saving, spending, credit, mortgages, debt, etc.  This education is not in our school systems today, so it must come from you.

Worried you may not know everything you need to know to teach your kidz ... we have you covered.

Join The Kidz Money Project Premier Membership and learn from the experts.


  • Resources and inspiration shared daily to help parents with kids of all ages on topics such as budgeting, spending, saving, paying for college, investing, the value of money, money mindset, money personality, debt, interest, credit, allowance, and many many more.
  • Weekly KMP-TV shows featuring experts in the financial industry, including Investment/Securities, Insurance, Credit, Banking, College Planning, Special Needs, Real Estate, and so many more - if it has to do with money, we will be talking about it!
  • An interactive community of parents to share ideas on how to raise money-smart kidz.
  • Discounts on classes, workshops, and other merchandise (as they are developed).
  • A resource-packed monthly newsletter delivered to your email each month giving you a rundown of the month's events.
  • Cocoa with Kimberly Morning Show (every Friday) ... Kimberly is the founder of The Kidz Money Project and passionate about getting this information out there to parents. Now, she doesn't drink coffee (weird, right?) but she figured we are talking about kids and money, so hot cocoa seemed to fit.  Join her on Friday mornings at 10am CST (with a few exceptions) where she will have a financial guest come to speak and talk some shop about money.


Money smart kidz understand the value of money.  They are less likely to get into debt and spend beyond their means while building wealth at the same time.  This is one of the greatest gifts a parent can give a child.


I have attended many of the Let’s Talk Money & Kidz virtual meetings and have learned so much about money and how to share that knowledge with my kids. I would not have thought of sharing most of this with my kids until it was too late. Thank you for this information so that my kids can be money smart!
- Elizabeth, Texas
I felt like I was doing a good job talking to my kids about money until I heard you speak at a conference last year.  It seems obvious now, but I never would have thought of having some of these conversations with my kids (like taxes and real estate).  Thank you for opening my eyes.  I feel much more prepared to talk to my kids about money thanks to The Kidz Money Project.
- Alex, Texas
WOW! I did not realize how little I actually knew about money until I started following you. This has been an education for me on money. I am playing catch up with my older kids, but I am so glad I found you when I did. I would love to give my kids the money knowledge I never had growing up. Maybe they will not get in debt like I did.
- Molly, Oklahoma
Kim and the Kidz Money Project mission are exactly what our world needs. This is a passion project and I wish this were available when I was a kid. For many years, Kim has been my go-to advisor for all money questions because of her deeply embedded understanding of financial systems. Not only does she understand the money and systems, but she understands the why which is often overlooked, but crucially important. The Kidz Money Project should be in every school curriculum in America, and each parent should be digging into this for their own sake, and for their children’s futures.
- Jeff, Tennessee

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