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Great information even for adults who have missed out on the financial knowledge that is needed in our current society. Geared for the young teenager, I found the drawings and illustrations likely more acceptable to the 12 yr old than the 17 yr old even through the narrative is appropriate for all. This is a shame as the older teenagers likely missed out and need to read it also.
This could be used as a text for homeschooling and appropriate high school classes.
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Initial post: Oct 3, 2010 2:21:21 PM PDT
A. McDowell says:
Your Money, Day One: How to Start Right and End Rich, by Michael J. Wagner, M.A.Ed., is an excellent book written for the older teen and young adult. The book covers the basics of one's first paycheck through saving for retirement. An excellent resource and an easy read.Your Money, Day One: How to Start Right and End Rich
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