The need for financial savvy is ever increasing. With university tuition and housing costs rising, parents want to ensure that their children learn the basics of earning, saving, and managing money. This is an indispensible life skill, yet it is not taught in most schools. Sadly, most parents do not have the underlying knowledge of finance and budgeting to be able to help their kids.Piggy Banks to Paychecks: Helping Kids Understand the Value of a Dollar is a practical approach for parents to help their children learn the critical money skills that aren't taught in schools, like earning and saving money, budgeting, understanding taxes, and running a business.
About the Author
Angie Mohr is a Chartered Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, and financial consultant. She has worked with thousands of clients over the years from mom-and-pop startups to rock bands and celebrity chefs. She is the author of the best-selling Numbers 101 for Small Business series of books and writes for Forbes, MSNBC, the Globe & Mail, Yahoo! Finance, Investopedia, and Motley Fool, among other financial publications. She splits her time between Canada and the United States and currently lives by the ocean with her husband and two children, who have finally learned that money doesn't grow on trees.