Guides to help you make informed financial decisions for your kids
Guides to help you raise money-smart kids
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Try to find some books on teaching finances to kids, and you’ll be surprised that not many exist. It’s not a popular topic. Maybe this is part of the reason so many adults are now struggling financially. Maybe there aren’t enough authors who are qualified to write on the topic. Whatever the reason, don’t worry, because there are some great books out there.
Greed may be the root of all evil, but not money. It’s important to understand this often misquoted verse about money, because it keeps people in poverty and idolatry. Idolatry? Yes, you can idolize ideologies. Read on to see what I mean.
When it comes to teaching children about money, most parents feel inadequate. It’s hard to feel qualified when you’re not doing great with your own money. Good news! You’re more than capable of teaching your kids about money.
Oxford’s Dictionary of Finance and Banking isn’t the best birthday present for a toddler, but you can incorporate a few important finance terms at a young age. Let’s look at some of the most important terms.
Do you remember the Personal Finance Management class in between Science and Geography when you were in school? I don’t. Because it didn’t exist. It doesn’t exist today.