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Money Still Doesn't Grow on Trees: A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Teenagers and Young Adults download ebook

by Neale Godfrey,Tad Richards

Money Still Doesn't Grow on Trees: A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Teenagers and Young Adults download ebook
ISBN:
1579548512
ISBN13:
978-1579548513
Author:
Neale Godfrey,Tad Richards
Publisher:
Rodale Books (January 17, 2004)
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336 pages
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1243 kb
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1200 kb
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Parenting
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Rating:
4.6

your spendthrift teenagers into financially responsible young adults.

Now you can do the seemingly impossible: transform your spendthrift teenagers into financially responsible young adults. With Neale S. Godfrey's fresh. Ships from and sold by Zacned. Plenty, says tough-minded family-finance guru Godfrey, the author of several previous books on adult money management as well as The Ultimate Kids' Money Book (1998).

Yes I liked to read the parent's guide as a kid, I was a weird child like that With help from Oprah (Neale has appeared 13 times on Oprah), Money Doesn’t Grow On Trees: A Parent’s Guide To Raising Financially Responsible Children.

Yes I liked to read the parent's guide as a kid, I was a weird child like that. I originally was going to look for that book at the library knowing that it would be a bit dated since it was from the 1990s, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out there was a more recent version meant for providing teens with lessons in money management (2004 is still dated, but not as much as the other would have. With help from Oprah (Neale has appeared 13 times on Oprah), Money Doesn’t Grow On Trees: A Parent’s Guide To Raising Financially Responsible Children, soared to on The New York Times, Best Seller’s List.

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What is a parent to do? Reaching for Money Doesn't Grow on Trees is one solution. Neale S. Godfrey writes a weekly Associated Press column and is the author of fourteen books that address money in the context of life skills and values.

With 180,000 young adults between the ages of eighteen and twenty-four declaring bankruptcy last year and .

Godfrey's years of experience as a mother and a financial expert make Money Doesn't Grow on Trees a book no responsible parent can afford to pass up. Author Bio. ▼▲.

A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children

A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children. By Neale S. Godfrey and Carolina Edwards. Revised by Tad Richards. Money Doesn't Grow on Trees offers exercises and concrete examples on everything from responsible budgeting to understanding the difference between "want" and "need" for children of every age.

A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children . By: Neale Godfrey, Carolina Edwards, Tad Richards. Narrated by: Elisa Carlson. Length: 5 hrs and 16 mins. Parents who wish to teach their children about the value of money will be pleased by financial expert Neale S. Godfrey's wonderfully comprehensive resource on financial responsibility.

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Money Doesn’t Grow On Trees: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children by Neale S. Godfrey, Carolina Edwards and Tad Richards. If you’re looking for a step-by-step program that your family can implement that will work for all ages, Godfrey has you covered. Her system teaches about earning, saving and spending in a way that reflects your own family’s values. It’s also filled with exercises and examples for how to deal with all the tricky circumstances that arise when money is introduced into the parenting dynamic. There’s a version specifically aimed at parents of teenagers,.

Money Doesn't Grow on Trees. A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children. Money Doesn't Grow on Trees is the audiobook that parents turn to when it comes to teaching their children about money

Money Doesn't Grow on Trees. Money Doesn't Grow on Trees is the audiobook that parents turn to when it comes to teaching their children about money.

A Teenager and His Money Will Soon Be Parted Unless ...Now you can do the seemingly impossible: transform your spendthrift teenagers into financially responsible young adults.With Neale S. Godfrey's fresh, practical, inspiring advice, you'll discover:- How to help your teen choose his first car, the right bank, a safe credit card, a clothing budget, or a great summer job- How much your child should work during high school and college- Where, when, and how to leave a proper tip, find bargains, dress properly for an interview, and more- PLUS: fun quizzes and step-by-step worksheets for you and your teen to plan and create a stable financial future
Reviews:
  • Anayanis
Neal Godfrey offers straightforward advice on how to learn the true cost of owning a car, life with a roommate, how to tip, and many other things adults need to know. She guides parents on how to convey the information to their sons and daughters who are on the brink of independence. It should be read by teens, their parents, and young adults. I've given it as a gift to parents of teens several times.
  • Tygolar
a great book to start money conversations with your teen. I love the quizzes. I think they reinforce financial realities they should know.
  • Anaragelv
great order
  • Iarim
A very easy read - with information divided into easily digestible (and logical) sections. Question and answer sections, forms to use, and "real world" examples abound and are extremely helpful, and easily "reworked" to pass along to the child/"pre-adult" in your life. The book even delves into difficult issues such as divorced parents, which creates dealing with "mommy versus daddy" (even in older "children"), diffferent parenting styles, etc. Best perhaps if used when your child is high school age - but we found plenty of information still valuable for a college-age child who's not money-savvy at all. Also wonderful the way it never "talks down" to you - but helps you realize some of the errors you've made - and how to solve them. And most positively - that it's never too late to try to help your kid learn about financial matters!
  • Djang
I gave this book to my daughter and her husand and my son-in-law read it that day. It will assist her parents' financial conversations with my precocious granddaughter.