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Capitate Your Kids by John E. Whitcomb

Capitate Your Kids

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    Jun 25, 2002 | 240 Pages

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Table Of Contents

Capitate Your KidsAcknowledgments

Bob Potter

Historical Roots

A Fiscal Fable

Chapter One: What Ideas Are We Working With Here?

Chapter Two: What Is the Right Age to Start and with How Much?

Chapter Three: How Do you Calculate the First Budget

Chapter Four: The First Clothing Contract: Getting “The Card”

Chapter Five: My ATM Card is Broken

Chapter Six: Stepping Up to the Next Level: A Global Budget

Chapter Seven: Going to the Prom for a Buck

Chapter Eight: Lunch Money

Chapter Nine: Will You Cut My Hair, Dad?

Chapter Ten: the Real Cost of a Trip to Walgreens

Chapter Eleven: What Do I Need a Checkbook for?

Chapter Twelve: Is There Any Extra Work Around Here?

Chapter Thirteen: Be Kind

Chapter Fourteen: Charity, Savings, IRAs, and College

Chapter Fifteen: Insurance: Medical, Auto, Home, Life

Chapter Sixteen: You Gotta Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk

Chapter Seventeen: What’s the Least I can Do to Get the Most Effect?

Lesson PlansLesson Plan One: Creating a Clothing Budget
Grade Seven of Whenever You can Start

Lesson Plan Two: Using a Clothing Budget and Developing a Larger Budget
Grade Eight, Year Two

Lesson Plan Three: Using a Larger Budget with an ATM Card
Grade Nine, Year Three

Lesson Plan Four: Getting Ready for a Checkbook and a Car
Grade Ten, Year Four

Lesson Plan Five: Paying for Expenses with a Checkbook. Getting a Credit Card. Establishing the Expenses of Driving and Insurance.
Grade Eleven, Year Five

Lesson Plan Six: Learning the Details. Planning for the Future. Saving for College, Retirement, and IRAs. Health Insurance. Starting a Family.
Grade Twelve, Year Six

Basic Clothing Contract
Global budget Contract
Safe Driving Contract
Car Use Contract

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