- Posted June 4, 2012 by
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My Ten Sense: Teens and pre-teens learn good money habits in new book
If you ever suffered financially, you probably thought or made a comment that personal finance should have been taught in grade school so you wouldn’t have had to make so many mistakes with money.
Well, it’s not to late for your children and young family members. The second edition of my first book, What My Mom Taught Me About Money, was just released yesterday. The book is co-written by my 18-year-old son and Mandarin High School graduate Darian, and it teaches teens and pre-teens good financial habits to build a strong foundation that will help them avoid the mistakes many of you made with money.
What My Mom Taught Me About Money is a great graduation present for a high school student or a summer reading book for a teen or pre-teen in your life to get them on the right financial track.
Learn more about What My Mom Taught Me About Money and how to purchase it as a graduation present on my blog, http://mytensense.com/2012/06/new-book-teaches-teens-and-pre-teens-good-money-habits/.