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Piggy Banks to Paychecks Helping Kids Understand the Value of a Dollar

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ISBN-10: 1554552109

ISBN-13: 9781554552108

Edition: 2011

Authors: Angie Mohr

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List price: $7.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Limited
Publication date: 2/15/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 260
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 1.012
Language: English

Notices to Readers
Real Money Stories #1: Lynn's Story
Raising Money Smart Kids
Why I Wrote this Book
A Word about Money Philosophy
Why Kids Need to Learn Money Skills
The Six Bad Money Habits Kids Learn from Their Parents
Why Rich Kids Need Money Skills Every Bit as Much as Poor Kids
Money Lessons Translate into Wider Value Judgments
Teaching a Child to Fish
Be a Money Mentor to Your Kids' Friends
Real Money Stories #2: Kay's Story
The Pot & the Kettle: A Look at Our Own Financial Habits
What Money Myths Are You Still Carrying Around?
Are You Handling Money Like Roseanne?
A Name for Every Dollar
The Language of Money
It's Okay Not to Be Perfect
Test Your Money-Handling Knowledge
Real Money Stories #3: Dianne's Story
Supply & Demand: Economics for Kids
The Birth of an Economy
What Is Money?
Can't We Just Print More Money?
How Goods & Services Trade Hands-Microeconomics
How Countries Trade With Each Other-Macroeconomics
What Causes a Recession or Depression?
How Good Money Skills Can Lessen the Impact of Financial Downturns
Real Money Stories #4: Samantha's Story
Pay Day: Teaching Kids about Earning Money
The Need to Earn
Why Don't Kids Have Jobs?
Sources of Income
Commissioned Sales
Investment Income
Introducing Your Kids to Earning Money
Real Money Stories #5: Bonnie's Story
The Penny Jar: Teaching Kids About Saving Money
Helping Young Kids "See" Their Savings
The Savings Buckets
Helping Kids Split Their Money between Buckets
Setting Savings Goals
Changing Savings Goals
Transitioning from Piggy Bank to Bank Book
Why Move to a Bank Account?
Canada - Registered Education Savings Plan
U.S. - 529 Plans
Calculating the Cost of University or College
The Basics of Interest
Alternative Savings Vehicles
Real Money Stories #6: Rachel's Story
Paying the Piper: Teaching Kids about Wise Spending
The Scourge of Advertising
Lessons of the Grocery Store
Five Grocery Store Lessons for Kids
Introducing the Concept of Budgeting
Who's in Charge?
The 24-Hour Rule
Tithing & Donating
Real Money Stories #7: Kathy's Story
Piggy Banks & Plastic: Teaching Kids about Banking & Credit
The Banking System
Bank Account Options for Kids
What to Look for in a Kids Savings Account
PayPal Student Accounts
Investing Your Money
The Basics of Borrowing
Credit Cards
Credit Reports and Scores
Real Money Stories #8: Lyn's Story
Lessons of the Lemonade Stand: Business Principles for Kids
Working in the Family Business
Preparing a Resume
How Will Your Kids Make Money?
The Ubiquitous Business Plan
Attracting Customers
Financial Statements
Money-Making Ideas for Teens & Pre-teens
A Quick Word about Income and Sales Taxes
Entrepreneurs: Pay Yourself What You're Worth!
The Small Business Investor
Sample Business Plan
Real Money Stories #9: Jeremy's Story
A Little Off the Top: All About the Taxman
Why Kids Need to Know about Taxes
What Do Kids Need to Know about Taxes?
Income Taxes
Sales Taxes
Property Taxes
Where Do Our Taxes Go?
Bringing the Lesson Home
Taxes and Allowance
When Do Kids Have to Start Paying Taxes?
Real Money Stories #10: Jo's Story
Guarding the Castle: The Basics of Insurance
Types of Insurance
Life Insurance
Child Life Insurance
Health Insurance
Property & Casualty Insurance
Business Insurance
What Kids Need to Know about Insurance
Real Money Stories #11: Amy's Story
Earning Their Keep: The Pay-For-Work Allowance System
When Are Kids Old Enough for an Allowance?
Why Kids Need to Work for Money
Family Do's
Decide What Your Kids Will Be Responsible or Paying
Setting Up A Work-for-Pay Allowance System
How Much Should I Pay My Kids?
The Savings Imperative
Are There Tax Implications in Giving My Kids Money?
Real Money Stories #12: Karen's Story
Harnessing the Flow: Teaching Kids to Budget
Writing It All Down
Setting Up the Budget
Discretionary versus Non-discretionary Expenses
The Envelope Method
Comparing What Happened to What Should Have Happened
Re-tooling the Budget
Real Money Stories #13: Patsy's Story
Money Games: Fun Ways to Hone Your Kids' Money Smarts
Ages 3-6
Ages 7-9
Ages 10-14
Ages 15 and Up
Real Money Stories #14: Lisa's Story
Money Words
Money Resources for Canadians
Money Resources for Americans