Smart Money Smart Kids

Raising the Next Generation to Win with Money


Author: Dave Ramsey,Rachel Cruze

Publisher: Ramsey Press

ISBN: 1937077632

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 9060

In Smart Money Smart Kids, Financial expert and best-selling author Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachel Cruze equip parents to teach their children how to win with money. Starting with the basics like working, spending, saving, and giving, and moving into more challenging issues like avoiding debt for life, paying cash for college, and battling discontentment, Dave and Rachel present a no-nonsense, common-sense approach for changing your family tree.

Bringing Up Money Smart Kids


Author: Adam Khoo,Keon Chee

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd

ISBN: 9814634662

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 161

View: 3413

The ultimate parent’s guide to raising financially smart toddlers to teenagers. Our children today have more money than in all of history. They face more pressure to spend and to keep up with their friends. The challenge for parents is to teach restraint and responsibility when our society may not put much stock on such values. This book teaches parents what to tell their children about money and how to tell them. The authors share their challenges and successes in plain common sense language. Good money habits are put forth in an easy to follow manner. The chapters are full of practical advice and humour, and you learn to answer difficult questions posed by your children.

Money-Smart Kids

Teach Your Children Financial Confidence and Control


Author: Gail Vaz-Oxlade

Publisher: HarperCollins Canada

ISBN: 1443410179

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 96

View: 5336

As a parent, you want the best for your kids. You work hard to provide them with every advantage. You want them to be safe, smart and healthy. Yet when it comes to money, it’s a whole different story. If you’re like most people, you’d rather run a mile through a desert with a camel on your back than talk about money with your children. Are you going to follow in your parents’ footsteps, keeping financial matters a deep, dark secret? Or do you want your children to have a healthy, balanced attitude toward money? Then it’s time to pull your head out of the sand and roll up your sleeves. Gail Vaz-Oxlade, Canada’s #1 personal finance expert, believes that teaching kids about money is a parent’s job. She knows that building confidence and money skills starts with an age-appropriate allowance to help your kids accomplish important tasks: Making saving a habit Learning the difference between needs and wants Using the “magic jars” to balance competing goals Creating lifelong money management skills What better gift could you give your children than the confidence to control their money, rather than letting their money control them? Let Gail help you raise “Money-Smart Kids.”

Raising Money-Smart Kids


Author: Ron Blue,Judy Blue

Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers

ISBN: 9780840731951

Category: House & Home

Page: 203

View: 6165

Wise money management and wise living go hand-in-hand, and nowhere else is this truth demonstrated more vividly than in Raising Money-Smart Kids. This easy-to-understand guidebook shows how parents and children can enjoy a lifetime of financial well-being and security--leading to financial independence and family harmony.

Kiplinger's Money-smart Kids


Author: Janet Bodnar

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 9780938721277

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 280

View: 1846

How to turn your children into savers, savvy shoppers, and cautious users of credit.

Dr. Tightwad's Money-smart Kids


Author: Janet Bodnar

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 9780812928891

Category: Children

Page: 326

View: 3670

Explains how to educate children in the value of money, discusses ways to encourage children to take part in the family budget process, and outlines how to teach them to earn, save, and spend money

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Raising Money-smart Kids


Author: Barbara Weltman

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780028633817

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 332

View: 4338

Offers strategies for teaching children the value of money and advice on allowances, banking, shopping, investing, and saving

Smart Money Kids


Author: Hannah Raybans

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781795595193

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 34

View: 9779

Are you talking openly to your children about money?Instilling good money habits in your children is arguably one of life's most important lessons. As parents we want our children to grow up to be financially secure and debt-free.One topic that many parents want their child to learn about is financial literacy. It's crucial that a child be taught how to manage and save money. Just as some kids think money grows on trees, some parents think that their child acquiring the knowledge about money will fall from trees, but it won't.Many experts agree that the earlier you teach your child about money, the better. As early as possible, parents need to help kids build a strong understanding of basic money matters. Instead of letting your child form misconceptions about money, wouldn't it be smarter to give them the facts? Make it your priority as a parent to begin to have weekly age-appropriate discussions as early as possible with your child about money. This doesn't have to be the type of conversation that bores them or turns them away; instead do it in ways that make it both fun and educational.This book is written to equip parents with the tools needed to teach children about money in fun and educational ways. It is designed to help kids starting at age three, however there is information that you can share with a child into their teens. Here's to raising a financially fit young person!

Love Your Life Not Theirs

7 Money Habits for Living the Life You Want


Author: Rachel Cruze

Publisher: Ramsey Press

ISBN: 1937077977

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 4817

In Love Your Life, Not Theirs, Rachel Cruze shines a spotlight on the most damaging money habit we have: comparing ourselves to others. Then she unpacks seven essential money habits for living the life we really want--a life in line with our values, where we can afford the things we want to buy without being buried under debt, stress, and worry. The Joneses are broke. Life looks good, but hidden beneath that glossy exterior are credit card bills, student loans, car payments, and an out-of-control mortgage. Their money situation is a mess, and they're trying to live a life they simply can't afford. So why exactly do we try so hard to keep up with the Joneses? Are we really living the lives we want, or are we chasing someone else's dream, just trying to keep up appearances on social media, at church, and in our community? Why are we letting other people set the pace for our own family's finances? In Love Your Life, Not Theirs, Rachel shows you how to buy and do the things that are important to you--the right way. That starts by choosing to quit the comparisons, reframing the way you think about money, and developing new habits like avoiding debt, living on a plan, watching your spending, saving for the future, having healthy conversations about money, and giving. These habits work, and Rachel is living proof. Now, she wants to empower you to live the life you've always dreamed of without creating the debt, stress, and worry that are all too often part of the deal. Social media isn't real life, and trying to keep up with the Joneses will never get you anywhere. It's time to live--and love--your life, not theirs. "I've never read a book about money that takes this approach--and that's a good thing! Comparison has a way of weaving itself throughout all aspects of our lives, including our money. In Love Your Life, Not Theirs, Rachel Cruze outlines the seven money habits that really matter--and they have nothing to do with keeping up with the Joneses!" Candace Cameron-Bure Actress, author, and co-host of The View "Love Your Life, Not Theirs is full of the kind of practical, straightforward advice we've come to expect from Rachel Cruze. She offers guidance on paying down debt, smart saving, and the right way to talk to your spouse about money. These indispensable tips can help with day-to-day spending decisions and put you on a path to establishing healthy financial habits." Susan Spencer Editor-in-Chief for Woman's Day "Cruze's self-deprecating and honest voice is a great resource for anyone wanting to take charge of their money. With humor and approachability, she helps her readers set themselves up for success and happiness, no matter what current financial state they may be in." Kimberly Williams-Paisley New York Times best-selling author of Where the Light Gets In "In today's world of social media, the temptation to play the comparison game is stronger than ever. Love Your Life, Not Theirs is the perfect reminder that, when it comes to money, comparison is a game you can't win. A terrific--and much needed--read." Jean Chatzky Financial Editor, NBC TODAY and Host of HerMoney with Jean Chatzky Podcast