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MoneySmart Family System Teaching Financial Independence to Children of Every Age

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ISBN-10: 1400202841

ISBN-13: 9781400202843

Edition: 2012

Authors: Steve Economides, Annette Economides

List price: $19.99
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Is it possible to raise financially responsible kids of any age in a society filled with consumerism and entitlement?New York Times best-selling authors Steve and Annette Economides raised their five kids while spending 77 percent less than the USDA predicted. And the money they did spend was also used to train their children to become financially independent. The MoneySmart Family System will show you how to teach your children to manage money and have a good attitude while they’re learning to earn, budget, and spend wisely.Learn how to:Get the kids out the door for school with less stress.End the battle over clothing—foreverTeach your children to be grateful and generous.Inspire your kids…    
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Book details

List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Incorporated
Publication date: 8/20/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.91" wide x 9.06" long x 0.79" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Steve and Annette Economides are hailed as "America's Cheapest Family." With their amazing tools for saving money and personal story of living debt free, they are showing families everywhere how to live the American dream without debt. They have five children.

The 5/50/500 Rule
How We Raised Five MoneySmart Kids
Morning: First Things First
School: More Than Book Smart
Chores: The Gateway to Productive Work
Round-Up: A Neat Way to End the Day
Giving and Sharing: The Blessings of Generosity
Saving: Banking on Their Future
Clothes Become a Money Tool
Spending: Living with Limits
Activities for Character, Strength, and Scholarships
Playing and Paying: Toys, Recreation, and Technology
Gifts and Gratefulness
Miscellaneous Expenses: Essentials, Electives, and Extravagances
To Work or Not to Work?
Transportation: Getting Around
Friends, Love, and Marriage
College and Trade Schools
Bailouts: The $50,000 Boomerang
MoneySmart Grandparents
The Complete MoneySmart Family