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How to Keep Your Kid from Moving Back Home after College Paperback – May 17, 2012
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About the Author
The three authors, Bill Pratt, Mark C. Weitzel, and Len Rhodes, are industry leaders in personal financial education. Together, they have a combined 75 years of experience in banking, economics, and entrepreneurship. Now, they teach thousands of students personal finance concepts and decision making skills, author textbooks and public press books on personal finance, and help schools develop innovative personal finance literacy programs. Recently, they were instrumental in developing a personal financial management certification program for leaders in higher education. Their books, lectures, and programs give students, parents, and educators the tools and knowledge to make good financial decisions all their lives.
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From 2011 figures, 85% of kids still move back home after college, half for an average of seven months. The secret is not to make things too comfortable. There are "discussions," goals, plans, and the grads need to pay their fair share. Even so, one-quarter of parents still help their grads with rent and food and 10% help repay student loans. The solid knowledge in this book will help avoid much of this. It can be done.
I also strongly disagree with the 3-star review on this book. There is no way one person could know all that is in here. These authors are working in the field and are in the business of staying current as to what's out there.