A Guide to Money and How to Manage it by Kira Vermond
  

Synopsis

A Guide to Money and How to Manage it by Kira Vermond

We all know that money is important but do we understand how it actually works? This book explains the mysteries of money and cash management in an accessible, humorous way for teenagers. From how we work for money to how we then make money work for us, it demistifies budgets, banking and credit cards. It gives sensible strategies for operating within an income and saving for a rainy day at the same time as encouraging entrepreneurial thinking and investing in the future. It considers wider issues such as the global distribution wealth and includes ideas on how you can raise money for good causes.

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This is the go-to book for teaching kids about money. It will empower your children to start taking control of their financial future today - and in a way that's fun and interesting. Even grown-ups will benefit from it. Kirstin Doucet, Editor, Forum Magazine, the magazine for financial advisors Packed with lots of practical advice...all presented in an anything-but-boring manner Teenage Magazine

About the Author

Kira Vermond discovered the combined world of money and writing when she was at school. She created a children's magazine and sold subscriptions to her classmates. She is now a freelance financial journalist. She lives in Canada.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
160 pages

Author

Kira Vermond
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Publisher

Franklin Watts Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

8th August 2013

ISBN

9781445119380


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