Parents work and wish for their kids to grow into financially healthy young adults. They want them to have the savvy and sense of independence necessary to wisely handle the money they may earn, invest, and inherit. This book helps parents provide their children with the strong financial foundation they need. Topics include:
- Specific techniques for helping kids differentiate between needs and wants
- Ways to maximize the positive effects of allowance, chores, and money management
- Steps to help parents guide their children to make responsible choices, handle debt, and live within their means
- Techniques that will help parents teach their kids to be practical and responsible with money and to prepare for unforeseen financial crises
|Series:||Bloomberg Series , #32|
|Edition description:||1st Paperback|
|Product dimensions:||5.62(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Jayne A. Pearl has been a business reporter and editor for more than twenty-five years. As a seasoned speaker, financial institutions, schools, and community organizations have sponsored her How to Gimme-Proof Your Kids workshops for parents and Turning Upside Down What You Think You Know About Money workshops for teens. She has been a columnist for Time Inc.’s Mutual Funds magazine, a regular commentator on public radio’s Marketplace program, and a financial parenting expert on the women-focused Web site Oxygen.com.
Previously, Pearl worked for Forbes magazine, launched a newsletter for Tom Peters (coauthor of In Search of Excellence), colaunched Family Business magazine, and has written extensively on corporate and personal finance, family business, and economics. Her e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit her Web sites: www.kidsandmoney.com and www.jaynepearl.com.