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Raising Money-Smart Kids

How to Teach Your Kids About Money While Learning a Few Things Yourself

by (author) Robin Taub

Publisher
Cormorant Books
Initial publish date
Mar 2020
Category
Money Management, General, General, Wealth Management
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781770865860
    Publish Date
    Mar 2020
    List Price
    $19.95
  • eBook

    ISBN
    9781770865877
    Publish Date
    Mar 2020
    List Price
    $9.99

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Raise money-smart kids while learning a few things yourself . . .

Do you feel a responsibility to teach your kids about money, but also feel you lack the knowledge, time, or confidence to do it well? You’re not alone. Teaching kids about money is easier said than done, especially in today’s digital world.

Raising Money-Smart Kids: How to Teach Your Kids about Money While Learning a Few Things Yourself shows you how to build money lessons into your daily lives so that money is not a taboo topic at home. It guides you through the five key areas of money management — Earn, Save, Spend, Share and Invest — and provides hands-on examples and suggestions that are specific and appropriate for each stage of your kids’ lives.

The book also explains why it’s important to teach your kids about money — for their sake and for yours — and helps you get smarter with money so that you can lead by example.

Raising Money-Smart Kids: How to Teach Your Kids about Money While Learning a Few Things Yourself is a practical resource for parents with kids of all ages, one you will refer to again and again.

This publication is part of CPA Canada’s Financial Literacy Program, which delivers unbiased, objective information and education to help Canadians make informed financial decisions. For more information on our program, visit cpacanada.ca/financialliteracy.

 

 

About the author

Robin Taub is definitely not your typical accountant. After beginning her career as an auditor at KPMG, and then a tax specialist at Ernst & Young, Taub left the traditional world of accounting behind. Seeking new challenges, she spent five years in the complex world of Derivatives Marketing at Citibank Canada. Today, she is a financial writer, speaker, consultant, and best-selling author.

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Editorial Reviews

"A treasure of great ideas presented in short, punchy chaptes. Excellent!"

David Chilton, author of <i>The Wealthy Barber</i>