Finance for kids: what they don't teach in school (Paperback)
The cliche is that young children are like sponges. They absorband question everything they see, hear, smell, feel, and taste, which is true, and finance is no exception.This is why you need to start teaching your kids about money andhow it works around the age of 5, both directly and more so indirectly. Set a good example, and let them observe. Pay your bills atthe dining room table every week, not the office.It's also important that at a young age kids start to manage theirown money. Show them that if they save their money for a while, then they can buy something they've been wanting. Your son ordaughter will then take pride in that, because they bought it withtheir own money. The same goes for earned money.At every stage of childhood there is more you can teach themabout how to properly use and handle money, and better preparethem to be self-dependent in the future.An elementary school may teach the students how to countmoney, and in 10th grade your kid may learn how to write an old fashioned check, but it takes more than math to understand money's function and value. And that is what this book is fo.