The Barefoot Investor for Families

The Barefoot Investor for Families
The only kids’ money guide you’ll ever need
Scott Pape

This is the best family and kids money guide I have read to date. Just like his first book Pape has a way of really simplifying financial concepts and strategies. He outlines exactly what you need to do to teach your children about money. And if you don’t know that much yourself don’t worry this book simplifies everything and you can learn as you read the book and or also pick up a copy of his first book The Barefoot Investor to get your personal finances in order first.

As a teacher I know first hand making things sound simple and easy is not as easy as you may think. I take my hat off to Scott Pape as financial literacy is so important and he has made it accessible to all Australian families. If you can teach your children the concepts and skills explained in this book you are setting them up for financial success for life. If you have children you need to read this book. Period!


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Gold Start

Gold Start
Teaching your child about money
Andrew Lendnal

This book is great for parents who want to learn how to teach their children about money.

Lendnal covers how children learn about money and what kids should know and when, including a special section for teenagers. He provides many worksheets and family activity ideas all throughout the book about goals, saving, budgeting and receiving an allowance to name a few.

Lendnal focuses his teaching on four basic principles of money management- earning, spending, saving and sharing.  The content is relevant for Australian and New Zealander families and contains specific financial information relating to those countries.

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