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Teach Kids About Money: Recommended Books

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Kids have a unique way of blowing any parent's budget. The endless requests of "Can I get ….?" give us a clear indication as parents that children do not understand the value of money, and teaching them important values about spending and saving can be a difficult task.

Spare your budget and your patience by teaching your children the value of money early on and help them become super saving smart adults! We recommend these books to help YOU teach your children about managing money and saving.

Pre-k thru 2nd Grade

One Cent, Two Cents, Old Cent, New Cent: All About Money – by Bonnie Worth, a Dr. Seuss inspired book

Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday – by Judith Viorst

3rd thru 8th Grade

The Money Tree – by Dave Hunt, a great lesson in Economics 101

Lunch Money – by Andrew Clements, for those Entrepreneurial kiddos out there

For parents

Rich Dad's Rich Kid Smart Kid: Give Your Child a Financial Head Start – by Robert Kiyosaki

In today's age, education is more important than ever; however, there is certainly a gap in financial education for our youth. Help your children (or grandchildren) become money savvy using inspiration and practical financial knowledge. Additionally, we would be more than happy to work with you and your child and start them early on a path to saving—contact us today to start the process! 

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Monday, 18 December 2017