Who Taught You about Money?: A Fun Book for Young People

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Who taught you everything you know about money? Most folks learn the traditional way. . .trial and error. . .which is the hard way!

Who Taught You About Money?introduces basic money concepts in an interesting, unique, informative, and fun way. It will hold your attention and cause you to come back to it time and again. . .and hopefully you will want to share this book with others.

Learning how money works will increase your opportunity for ...

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Who taught you everything you know about money? Most folks learn the traditional way. . .trial and error. . .which is the hard way!

Who Taught You About Money?introduces basic money concepts in an interesting, unique, informative, and fun way. It will hold your attention and cause you to come back to it time and again. . .and hopefully you will want to share this book with others.

Learning how money works will increase your opportunity for success and long-term security. "Banker Sawbuck" is an expert in these matters. Use him to help teach your kids about one of the most important elements in human society--money.

Banker Sawbuck explains how to manage money and defines such concepts as interest, inflation, value, taxes, net worth, and supply and demand.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781878901910
  • Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/28/1997
  • Pages: 48
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 8.97 (h) x 0.21 (d)

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  • Posted February 16, 2009

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    "Who Taught You About Money?" Makes Lots of "Cents"!

    Richard Harris' book, "Who Taught You About Money?" is an excellent book when it comes to getting young and old to understand about the wise use of money. <BR/>The book is in rhyme and begins by explaining the early use of trading and bartering. Mr. Harris then futher explains the importance of earning, saving, tithing, wise spending, and giving. Issues such as becoming debt free and other important financial advice are shared in easily understood language.<BR/>Though the book is written with young people in mind, the lessons and advice are most appropriate for all.<BR/>I wish this book had been available when as a child!

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