Money Doesn't Grow on Trees! A Guide to Managing Your Money by Paul Mason, Paul Harrison
  

Synopsis

Money Doesn't Grow on Trees! A Guide to Managing Your Money by Paul Mason, Paul Harrison

This book explodes common myths about money and helps teens learn how to take control of the income they have and get the most out of it. It treats what can be the driest and most daunting of topics with the lightest of touches. Information and advice will be delivered in a streetwise, accessible, easy-to-follow way. In fact so clear and engaging is the counsel it offers that it's likely the book will be read by the parents themselves - its core message being that having enough money has very little to do with how much money you earn, and a more to do with how much further you can make it go...To include themes such as: How to Save and use a bank Being a savvy Spender! How to grow your money Should I borrow? - all about loans Becoming a student

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A very useful book indeed. Bookseller

About the Author

Paul Mason's first mountain bike was a Raleigh with three gears and a shopping basket, but he's got a better one now. When he's not wittering away his money on his holidays snowboarding down a mountain, climbing up one, surfing the seas or mountain biking, Paul works a freelance writer and lives with his high-flying lawyer wife. He knows all about money: he knows how to spend it doing all things he loves AND have some left over. Now he wants YOU to know how you can do that, too...

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Paul Mason, Paul Harrison
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Publisher

Wayland (Publishers) Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

23rd September 2010

ISBN

9780750258999


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