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Financial Literacy

This guide has teacher resources focused on financial literacy

Kid$Vest Project:How Parents, Teachers, and Communities Inspire Kids to Budget, Save, and Invest in Their Dreams

The Kid$Vest Project has the simple strategy of teaching parents, teachers, and communities about youth personal finance and investment action steps. You will learn how delayed gratification and compound interest can positively impact your kid's lives today and when they retire. So, if want to make sure your kids don't make the same financial mistakes we did, then pick up a copy of this book.

How Money Works

Through graphics, charts, and diagrams, How Money Works, demystifies processes and answers the hundreds of financial questions we all have. It explains economic theories, how governments raise and control money, what goes on in the stock exchange, how analysts predict where shares are heading, and many other issues. It busts jargon, explaining terms such as quantitative easing, cash flow, bonds, superannuation, and the open market.

Financial Literacy Education

This book explores the issue of consumer financial education, responding to increased interest in, and calls to improve peoples' financial literacy skills and abilities to understand and manage their money.

Financial Literacy Education

Faced with an array of complex financial services and sophisticated products, many graduates lack the knowledge and skills to make rational, informed decisions on the use of their money and planning for future events, such as retirement. This book shows what you can do to improve financial literacy awareness and education. It covers the use of interactive games and tutorials, peer-to-peer mentoring, and financial literacy contests in addition to more formal education. Divided into three parts, the book covers financial literacy education for grades K-12, college, and post-college.

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