Raising Financially Fit Kids, Revised

Ebook $12.99

Ten Speed Press | Jun 04, 2013 | 224 Pages | ISBN 9781607744092

  • Paperback$19.99

    Ten Speed Press | Jun 04, 2013 | 224 Pages | 6 x 9 | ISBN 9781607744085

  • Ebook$12.99

    Ten Speed Press | Jun 04, 2013 | 224 Pages | ISBN 9781607744092

Praise

 
“If we could, we’d bring Joline Godfrey into our home for weekly lessons teaching our kids how to manage money. This book is the next best thing. Joline’s ability to help parents and kids align their financial actions with their values is truly unparalleled.”
-Joan King, head of Atlanta Girls’ School, and Kevin Salwen, author of The Power of Half

“Few parents had the benefit of the kind of financial education that kids require to be economically independent and safe in our dynamic world. Godfrey’s book provides straightforward advice about how to prepare children to make financial decisions aligned with your family’s means, values, and aspirations—while giving parents a hand in building their own level of financial fluency. No one is better suited than Godfrey to advise parents about how to raise children able to make financial decisions and build productive fulfilling lives.”
-Linda A. Hill, Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration and Faculty Chair, Leadership Initiative, Harvard Business School

“Invest in your family’s future today! Use Godfrey’s wisdom to help your children develop the social and financial skills to responsibly manage the fruits of their success.”
– Stuart E. Lucas, chairman of Wealth Strategist Partners and author of Wealth: Grow It and Protect It

Table Of Contents

Grace   
Foreword by Jack Polsky   

Preface to the Second Edition  

Introduction

Financial Literacy Is Economic Self-Defense   

Part One
Getting Started   
Chapter 1: From Safety Nets to Self-Sufficiency   
Chapter 2: Outwitting the Money Monsters 
  
Part Two
The Financial Apprenticeship   
Chapter 3: Stage One: Ages 5–8: I’m Just a Kid   
Chapter 4: Stage Two: Ages 9–12: Encouraging Passions   
Chapter 5: Stage Three: Ages 13–15: Breaking Away   
Chapter 6: Stage Four: Ages 16–18: Standing Tall   
Chapter 7: Stage Five: Ages 19+: Never Too Late 
  
Part Three
Side Trips   
Chapter 8: Raising Young Philanthropists   
Chapter 9: It’s Not Just About the Kids   
Chapter 10: Frequently Asked Questions   

About the Author 
  
Index

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