England's Education Secretary Michael Gove has announced plans for students in secondary school to learn about finance, but the Money Advice Service now is pushing for those lessons to begin earlier -- based in part on research showing that children's financial habits are formed by age 7 and are influenced by parents. The organization cited a study by researchers from Cambridge University that showed children have an understanding about money from a young age.
When should students in England learn about personal finance?
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