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1. Kids and Money: A Hands-On Parent's
 
2. Everything College Didn't Teach
 
3. Everything College Didn't Teach
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4. The First National Bank of Dad:
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5. Alpha Teach Yourself Retirement
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6. Teach Yourself Thrifty Living
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7. Piggy Bank to Credit Card: Teach
8. Why Didn't Anyone Teach Me This?
 
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9. Teach your child to manage money
 
10. Teach your child to manage money:
 
11. Teach your wife how to be a widow
 
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12. Teach Your Children about Money
 
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13. Teach your children well about
14. The Five Most Important Financial
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15. Biblical Principles/Financial
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16. 26 Financial Things to Teach Your
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17. Rich Dad Poor Dad: Whatthe Rich
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18. Earn It, Learn It: Teach Your
 
19. Managing Your Money: Guide to
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1. Kids and Money: A Hands-On Parent's Guide to Teach Children About Money Management and Business Basics
by Michael Searls
Paperback: 160 Pages (1996-12)
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Asin: 0964826585
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Kids & Money is a hands-on parent's guide to teachchildren about money management and business basics.This book hasbeen seen and heard on: The Today Show, CNN, CNBC, National Radio andmore.This easy to read book has become the standard in teaching kidsabout money!Author: Michael J. Searls ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best ideas for teaching responsible money management
I think the ideas in this book are so easy to implement - especially when you can introduce saving/value/giving/etc to your child when they are young (4 or 5).I've recommended it to all my girlfriends with young children and am happily looking forward to expanding my child's knowledge of money management to include investing as he gets older.

1-0 out of 5 stars WASTE of Money
I bought this book for my kids and it was a complete and total waste of time and money.The advice is as shallow as it is boring.

My wife hated it.My kids couldn't relate to a single tip the 'author' offered.

Save your money and look to better authors than Searls.

5-0 out of 5 stars I saw it on the Today Show and it saved my kids!
This book has everything about teaching kids about money, banking, chores, savings and investments.It's easy to read and apply.It's gotta be in the hands of every family in America. ... Read more


2. Everything College Didn't Teach You about Money : Money Management for the Young
by Beth Brophy
 Hardcover: Pages (1985-01-01)

Asin: B002DSS9BO
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3. Everything College Didn't Teach You about Money : Money Management for the Young Professional
by Beth Brophy
 Paperback: Pages (1987)

Asin: B000OTP1O2
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4. The First National Bank of Dad: The Best Way to Teach Kids About Money
by David Owen
Hardcover: 208 Pages (2003-01-07)
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Asin: 0743204808
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Most parents do more harm than good when they try to teach their children about money. They make saving seem like a punishment, and force their children to view reckless spending as their only rational choice. To most kids, a savings account is just a black hole that swallows birthday checks.

David Owen, a New Yorker staff writer and the father of two children, has devised a revolutionary new way to teach kids about money. In The First National Bank of Dad, he explains how he helped his own son and daughter become eager savers and rational spenders. He started by setting up a bank of his own at home and offering his young children an attractively high rate of return on any amount they chose to save. "If you hang on to some of your wealth instead of spending it immediately," he told them, "in a little while, you'll be able to double or even triple your allowance."A few years later, he started his own stock market and money-market fund for them.

Most children already have a pretty good idea of how money works, Owen believes; that's why they are seldom interested in punitive savings schemes mandated by their parents. The first step in making children financially responsible, he writes, is to take advantage of human nature rather than ignoring it or futilely trying to change it.

"My children are often quite irresponsible with my money, and why shouldn't they be?" he writes. "But they are extremely careful with their own." The First National Bank of Dad also explains how to give children real experience with all kinds of investments, how to foster their charitable instincts, how to make them more helpful around the house, how to set their allowances, and how to help them acquire a sense of value that goes far beyond money. He also describes at length what he feels is the best investment any parent can make for a child -- an idea that will surprise most readers. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars First National Bank of Dad
Really good book about kids and allowance.Great and practical ideas to take the hassle out of jobs and allowance.A great reminder that your kids allowance isn't your money to control, but your kid's money to learn responsibility.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad, but too much armchair psychology
Offers a few constructive observations, such as incentivizing good behavior or giving 'ownership' to children (of their financial decisions), but neither of these is particularly insightful or original. As another reviewer noted, it does read very quickly-- I'd allow about 2-3 hours. On the negative side, much of the supporting evidence for his opinions come in the form of anecdotes involving his own children, which is fine, but doesn't exactly qualify as "proof"--- unless you're salesman or politician. For instance, when discussing how much allowance to give children, he argues against "miniscule" amounts by citing a 70's comic book series in which a character in a similar situation develops an unhealthy view of money...well, okay, but...it's a comic book. This seems to be his lone evidence on this point.

Also, as another reader pointed out, this is really for middle class families and above, as he, for example, argues against allowing teenagers to work during the school year. For a large segment of society, this just isn't a "choice"-- though he seems to think it is. All in all, Owen's worldview seems a bit constrained by his own situation, and he doesn't seem to recognize the reality of many people's lives. It's worth borrowing this book from your local library, but I wouldn't buy it (and didn't).

3-0 out of 5 stars daily affirmation
Owen takes some everyday observations about human nature, mixes in common sense and good humor, rejects a few widely held beliefs and delivers a hundred pages of readable advice.

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5-0 out of 5 stars David Owen is Money in the Bank
In tackling a home improvement project involving joint compound and plaster buttons, I kept two books near at hand.One was "HomeOwner's Manual" by the This Old House crew, and the second was "The Walls Around Us" by David Owen.Owen's calming, sensible, everyman approach to shouldering new handyman projects helped steer me through an unfamiliar, mundane project.At some point during the countless hours of smoothing, sanding, and painting, my inattentive mind began to wonder what else Owen had written besides the occasional New Yorker story that subscribers see.

"The First National Bank of Dad" was the answer, and upon reading its subtitle 'The Best Way to Teach Kids about Money' I scooped up a copy.Having two little spenders of my own, I knew I needed this new advice manual from a man who has been there before me.FNBD did not let me down.David Owen writes with a straightforward, humorous, easy-going style that spews common sense and good ideas.His Bank of Dad idea is genius, but only because it flips upside-down the usual parenting mantras of command and control.Put your kids in charge of their money urges Owen, and watch them learn how to spend and save.Stop running Aunt Millie's birthday presents down to the local bank, which to your kids is a "black hole that swallows birthday checks."Instead, Owen puts his kids entirely (almost) in charge of their money, and with his home-based Bank of Dad gives them the opportunity to learn about the power of compound interest.Using a home computer and a slightly more influential rate of interest, he quickly captures his kids' attention.

It's a terrific idea, one I've already adopted, and my kids are unexpectedly as thrilled as his.Owen has more.He teaches his kids free market economics via eBay, creates his own successful Stock Exchange of Dad, and expostulates on the value of part-time employment for kids.His recommendations are surprisingly fresh, honest and logical. Chapter Seven offers perhaps the best observations about life and I could think of many adults I know who would benefit from reading this alone.Chapter Eight is an epistle to the value of reading.By "learning how to purse a subject until their curiosity is satisfied," Owen observes, "later in life they will be able to use that same ability to teach themselves about the bond market."And anything else.

FNBD is an investment of under six hours reading time.It is already paying dividends in my home.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must-read for all parents, esp. middle class parents
I got a few books on how to teach kids money from the local library and settled on David Owen's book. Owen used his real life experience with his own children to get his messages acrossed. Some of the approached Owen used are really "out-of-the-box". He also offerred the lessons he learned from his experiments.

Owen's philosophy is sound, his approaches are sensible, and this book is easy to read and often funny.Highly recommmended. ... Read more


5. Alpha Teach Yourself Retirement Planning in 24 Hours
by Alan Feigenbaum, MBA, Lita Epstein, Lita Epstein
Paperback: 456 Pages (2001-08-31)
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Asin: 0028642120
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Alpha Teach Yourself Retirement Planning in 24 Hours will provide readers with something they don't get with most of the retirement planning books that are out there now-a step-by-step format that walks them through each stage of planning process, from identifying where they are currently, to how to predict how much they'll need in retirement, to how much they need to invest to reach their goals, to how to execute their savings, investing, and spending plans. And it doesn't stop there. The book also provides readers with tips on how to change their savings and investing strategies as they approach retirement and once they've retired. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great stuff to learn in here!
This book is so helpful and wonderful.I bought two and gave one to my daughter who has just gotten married and she loved it too.A must-read for people to need to get straight with their financial planning!

5-0 out of 5 stars 24 hours to learn financil planning!
This book completely lives up to it's 24 hours expectation.After reading it, I feel as though I know exactly what to do with my financial plans.This book has intelligent information with quite a touch of humor to go along with it. I think everyone planning for their future whether they are old or young should definitely read this book.Take it from me, it is incredibly helpful! ... Read more


6. Teach Yourself Thrifty Living (Teach Yourself: General Reference)
by Barty Phillips
Paperback: 256 Pages (2008-04-17)
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Asin: 0071549269
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Green your lifestyle

Teach Yourself Thrifty Living is the ultimate guide to living a happier, less expensive life, with tips to save money on credit cards, commuting, vacations, and more. These tips are easy to customize to fit your lifestyle.

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7. Piggy Bank to Credit Card: Teach Your Child the Financial Facts of Life
by Linda Barbanel
Paperback: 192 Pages (1994-01-18)
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A parental guide for teaching children the value of a dollar, written by the "Dr. Ruth" of money. In a series of age-appropriate money lessons that progress from age 6 to age 18, Barbanel deals with such issues as allowance, savings, advertising, investing, record keeping, first jobs, and handling credit. 20 Line drawings. ... Read more


8. Why Didn't Anyone Teach Me This?
by David R. Newby
Kindle Edition: Pages (2007-05-20)
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Asin: B001P3NU2G
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Traditional personal finance and investment advice fails you and leaves you at the brink of financial ruin. Did you know that dollar-cost-averaging and building your nestegg the traditional way with mutual funds is basically playing the "I hope I retire in the right year" lottery? It's no wonder that 9 oiut of 10 Americans have been retiring broke the last 50 years.if you're ready for some simple yet profound advice to empower you financially NOW that you won't get from the talking heads on TV or the traditional print media, then this is the book for you.In the book, David will show you how to identify and replace limiting beliefs that are keeping you from being wealthy, protect what you already have while you're building your nestegg, and how to create true, lasting financial security for yourself and your family.Here are some key benefits you'll discover in the book:*Why you MUST break the law (a little-known economic law) to ever get ahead... no matter how much you earn (page 57)*A proven exercise that allows you to create your ideal lifestyle more effortlessly than you ever dreamed possible (page 24)*How to make yourself layoff-proof for life and retire in 6 years or less (page 101)*The most important thing you must give your family to create multi-generational wealth.It's NOT money (page 87)*The mistake almost everyone makes saving for retirement that actually costs them $1,000,000 or more- and how to fix it (page 78)* How to ensure your prosperity- in a good OR bad economy In "Why Didn't Anyone Teach Me This?" you will discover ACTIONABLE strategies to protect and grow your money to help your dreams come alive and become reality. No long drawn-out theories or fluff. David will empower you to pursue your dreams when you now use these secret strategies for success!As he writes: "If you're going to live, why not live richly in every area of your life? I have no interest in just scraping by, and I'm sure you don't either! Are you willing to commit to your own success? If you are ready now, then you are reading the right book. I don't claim to have all the answers, but I do have a blueprint for success that anyone can follow." It is time to look at your finances and ask yourself, 'What's missing in this picture?'If you suspect you may be missing a piece to complete your financial puzzle, it's time to get informed and do something about it. Follow David's simple 8 steps to financial freedom, and let him welcome you to a whole new world of financial possibilities. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible and not worth the money! This guy is not an expert.
I was cruising through the web and found this Newby guy. He proclaims financial freedom and claims to have bought a real 1994 Lamborghini. He brags to his son that it's a dream come true. Come to find out this lamborghini of his is a DNR Kit Car Lamborghini and totally fake. I wonder what other deceptive things he says to people to try to look rich. I hope many of you have sense enough to avoid this person and his comics or books he wrote.

Horrible!

3-0 out of 5 stars This should be taught in Elementary.Literally.
Very elementary stuff.After reading this book I now know that getting a 30% return is better than a 10% return and that there is a benefit to using a roth IRA.This is a book for beginers, don't buy it expecting any real investment stratagies. ... Read more


9. Teach your child to manage money (U.S. news & world report money management library)
by Catherine Crook De Camp
 Hardcover: 285 Pages (1976)
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Asin: 0891934138
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10. Teach your child to manage money: A guide for tots through teens (U.S. news & world report money management library)
by Catherine Crook De Camp
 Hardcover: 285 Pages (1974)

Asin: B0006CEABC
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11. Teach your wife how to be a widow (U.S. news & world report money management library)
by Margaret Daly
 Unknown Binding: 301 Pages (1973)

Asin: B0006CA4MG
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12. Teach Your Children about Money
by Estella Loar
 Paperback: 52 Pages (2010-10-14)
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Asin: 1608444376
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13. Teach your children well about money matters.(PERSONAL FINANCE): An article from: New Hampshire Business Review
by James Toye
 Digital: 3 Pages (2007-05-11)
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This digital document is an article from New Hampshire Business Review, published by Thomson Gale on May 11, 2007. The length of the article is 814 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Teach your children well about money matters.(PERSONAL FINANCE)
Author: James Toye
Publication: New Hampshire Business Review (Magazine/Journal)
Date: May 11, 2007
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Volume: 29Issue: 10Page: 25(1)

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14. The Five Most Important Financial Things They don't Teach You In School
by Robert Laura
Kindle Edition: Pages (2010-07-29)
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Asin: B003XVYGC6
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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What they don't tell you about getting the job you want, climbing the corporate ladder, saving and investing, managing your credit, and how to find your passion in life.

Take the mystery out of financial success and learn what it takes to get ahead and stay ahead.

The book everyone wishes they had when they were starting out.

Read it in an hour, use it for a lifetime


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5-0 out of 5 stars The Ultimate Guide to Financial and Life Success!
It is not enough to describe this as a "financial" or "investing" book.This is a very relatable, straightforward discussion of what it takes to be successful, not just financially, but in life as a whole.

Robert Laura has a fantastic ability to present various concepts in a way that anyone ranging from a teenager to a retiree, or a college grad to a corporate executive can use and implement.He illustrates common financial pitfalls that everyone faces and provides strategies for overcoming them.

This last December I attended my cousin's college graduation ceremony and gave him "The Five Most Important Financial Things They Don't Teach You In School" as a gift.A few weeks ago I spoke with him and he told me he read it not once, but twice and was amazed at how insightful the book was and how he learned none of the "life lessons" taught here, in the classroom!He was a business major but is amazed at how unprepared college left him for TRUE life-success.

5-0 out of 5 stars A fresh look on getting ahead and staying ahead financially
Robert Lauras latest book The Five Most Important Financial Things They Don't Teach You In School, provides its readers with valuable insight on what it takes to get ahead financially, professionally and most importantly personally.

The authors personal approach makes the book relatable for readers of all ages, but especially for those just starting out or for those late bloomers out there. It provides common sense steps for getting the job you want, naviagting your way up the corporate ladder and/or creating a business of your own. The book also gives specific exapmles of how you establish saving and investing habits, managing your personal credit and the timely topic of the importance of your financial reputation.

My favorite chapter in the book, (Chapter 5) Finding Your Passion In Life, not only discusses the importance of being passionate about what you do and how your time is spent but also about not settling for "I am good enough". Laura empowers you to reach deeper into yourself, for real fulfillment. Being that satisfied with where your at in life would be the ultimate pay off and this book encourages you to do just that!

I would reccommend this easy read to anyone, makes a great High School or College graduation gift.


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15. Biblical Principles/Financial Success Teach Workbk
by BROTT RICH
Paperback: 228 Pages (2007-07-26)
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Teacher Edition: Have you ever wanted to have a Biblical understanding of finances? In this book, author Rich Brott takes you on a journey of understanding how things work in God's economy, how to be a steward, how to manage your spending, and learning to invest into a vision. You will learn how to handle finances in a family setting and discipline yourself to make lifestyle decisions based on what you learn in this book. If you take the time to read this book, you will be left with an adequate understanding of Biblical principles as it relates to Successful Finances! This book is an ideal text for use in the classroom, small groups, church events and in junior high, high school and college settings. The syllabus is designed in a way that is user friendly, easy to teach, easy to learn. No prior knowledge is required from student or teacher. ... Read more


16. 26 Financial Things to Teach Your Parents
by Marlena Jareaux
Perfect Paperback: 90 Pages (2008-04-01)
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Asin: 097904152X
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In this day and time, the need for financial education and the push for financial literacy cannot be overstated or overvalued. Chances are, your parents and teachers may NOT have talked to you or taught you about money, saving, credit, wealth, insurance, budgeting, investing, etc. So many people wish that they had been taught about personal finance at a younger age, before making costly mistakes. 26 Financial Things to Teach Your Parents will educate you about money, bills, credit and savings so that you can put it all together to help to create the life that you want for yourself. Regardless of your age, you will learn at least one thing (if not more) to help you become more wealthy, simply by reading this book. Written in a straight-and-to-the-point manner, the book is easy to understand, and is suitable for tweens on up to their parents. It is not a how-to manual. It is designed to capture the attention of the reader by leaving an image of the lesson in the reader's mind through simplistic words and poignant illustrations. A sample of lessons include: Learn more so you can earn more
Pay yourself first
It doesn't have to cost more to be worth more
Pay less now, or pay more later
Love what you do, the money will follow
Things aren't always the way that they look ... Read more


17. Rich Dad Poor Dad: Whatthe Rich Teach Their Kidsabout Money┬┐that the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!
by Robert T. Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter
Audio CD: Pages (2001-03-01)
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Asin: 1586210912
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Argues that a good education and a secure job are not guarantees for financial success, and describes guidelines for making money work for you. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars A bad joke, and bad advice
I read this book in 2004, and there's very little good advice here. Kiyosaki tells people what they want to hear ---- and he makes real estate investing sound easier than it actually is. There is a web page by John Reed that denounces this book, please read it before spending money on this garbage. If you want to ready a good book about investing, try "The Millionaire Next Door" instead.

1-0 out of 5 stars Promotion of improper way of living
The other readers, who gave negative feedback on this book, mention that the author's advices don't work and are even illegal. However, I think that the biggest issue of this book not the advices themselves, but a promotion of sponger way of living. He clearly tells to take money from people without giving anything at all in exchange. He discourages readers to open their own companies stating that they cannot succeed, discourages to get education and do work which is useful to society. Or, to invest in third-party companies (well, he does tell to buy stocks, but only to sell it very soon for higher price). He never tell his readers to think what useful they can do. He brags how he deceives people, but this is not what somebody should be proud of.
Also, the author's statement that everyone can make money this way apparently is not true. A society can bear only a small percentage of such spongers. Others have to produce values the spongers speculate.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Books Ever Read
This is a wonderful book. Wish I had it before marriage, kids and the such. Life would be so much better, only if I would have heeded to the words at an earlier age, if had the book. But it's never too late. Hey, same thing as the Bible. Apply within and all will go well. For best results follow these instructions.

5-0 out of 5 stars Marcy
Excellent book - bought two books so had one extra to give away - delevered fast -within 2 days was at the door - did not have to hunt it down at book stores

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
Fanatastic book. I'm happy of reading. It comforted me in my all days investing actions.
It's a shame that this book is not on the schools agendas..... ... Read more


18. Earn It, Learn It: Teach Your Child the Value of Money, Work, and Time Well Spent
by Alisa Weinstein
Paperback: 400 Pages (2011-01-01)
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Earn My Keep, the groundbreaking alternative allowance program featured in Earn It, Learn It, offers a way for parents and children to have fun learning about money, work, and the value of time well spent -- by turning kids into "actual" professionals! It's easy: parents and kids choose a task from one of 50 fun careers, complete it with a set amount of time, and earn while they learn.

The benefits of spending 15 minutes a week as a Toy Designer, Paleontologist, or Chef? Kids learn the difference between making the bed as a member of the family and earning a living in the real world. They are exposed to art, manners, math, research, science, and more, without even realizing it. And they build a foundation for a lifelong love of learning and fiscal independence, all while having fun!

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19. Managing Your Money: Guide to Personal Financial Planning (Teach Yourself)
by Kenneth Richards
 Paperback: 264 Pages (1977-02-01)

Isbn: 0340212578
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20. Rich Dad's - Teach to Be Rich: Because the Best Way to Learn Is to Teach What You Want to Learn and the Way to Get Rich Is to Help Others Become Rich (Teach to be Rich, Parts I - III (workbook only))
by Robert Kiyosaki, C.P.A. Sharon Lechter
Paperback: 260 Pages (2006)
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Asin: B000N8OZKK
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Rich Dad's Teach To Be Rich is about Robert Kiyosaki's decision to give up his manufacturing business and become a teacher...a teacher outside the walls of traditional education. More than a book on teaching, this book is about Robert's quest to find out how we learn and why so many people do not like school, even though they want to learn. Not only is this book a radical departure from traditional thinking on education, it is a radical departure from traditional ideas on money. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Teach to be Rich
Robert Kiyosaki's Latest Book "Teach to be Rich" is a great summary of how those who are truly knowledgable about money and finance can become highly affluent. He also does an excellent job of describing the falacy of much of the financial advice offered by our "financial advisors" and other self proclaimed money experts today. He shows how his game "Cash Flow" is a wonderful way to learn many of the rule of good financial thinking.
TJHRich Dad's - Teach to Be Rich: Because the Best Way to Learn Is to Teach What You Want to Learn and the Way to Get Rich Is to Help Others Become Rich (Teach to be Rich, Parts I - III (workbook only)) ... Read more


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