MAY 2, 2013, West Hampton, N.Y.
On May 2, 2013, the authors of the books on this web site, Deanna Suckow & Deanna Schwartzman, will present a Financial Management Workshop for the Junior Girl Scout Troop 482 from Service Unit 68. These scouts have been hearing how to successfully manage their money and learning how to incorporate these skills into their own lives. DO YOU KNOW A SCOUT TROOP THAT WOULD LIKE TO DO THE SAME?
THE RIGHT START FOUNDATION
Teaching Money Matters, Inc. is working along with The Right Start foundation; they are a not-for-profit organization that goes into high schools and colleges with programs to empower students to make solid financial decisions. Their program is a two day series in which the second day is a "Mock Financial Day". If you are in the Long Island or New York City area and your school is interested in participating in their program, contact:
VISIT OUR VIDEO BLOG PAGE AND SEND US YOUR COMMENTS AND/OR VIDEOS ON MONEY EXPERIENCES firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our Web site will provide you with a number of different types of resources to help you teach your children to become financially literate.
Our book "Teaching Children Money Matters: A Resource Guide For Parents, Grandparents, Teachers and Students" includes resources you will need to help provide your children, grandchildren and students with the information and materials necessary for them to become financially knowledgeable. Also available as an e-book.
Our book "What Every Preteen, Teenager and Young Adult Needs to Know to Avoid Credit Card Debt" is an easy to read book containing 21 statements that will provide young people with the basic understandings of how to avoid credit card debt. Also available as an e-book.
It is important that teenagers and young adults learn to make money management an integral part of their lives. This inexpensive and interactive workbook, "Money Management Manifesto", used in conjunction with "What Every Preteen, Teenager and Young Adult Needs to Know to Avoid Credit Card Debt" will help to do just that. (only available for purchase thru our Web site for $3.95)
Our Video Blog section of the site acts as another resource for everyone. Our viewers are invited to share their ideas and strategies that have been successful in teaching their children, grandchildren and/or students different aspects of money matters. Viewers can submit a short 1-3 minute homemade video that discusses and explains what they have done to teach their children to manage their money.
On the main menu you will find page titles which are starred. These pages contain resources/printouts which offer a series of money matters information for you to utilize.
It is our hope that we will help adults and children begin a series of discussions on a variety of topics regarding money matters.