Nickel and dime them--wisely

Halverson, Guy
May 1998
Christian Science Monitor;5/4/98, Vol. 90 Issue 110, pB1
Focuses on the personal finance of children in 1998. Estimates from marketing professor James McNeal about the financial clout of children between the ages of four and twelve; Why it is important to teach children how to make realistic and thoughtful choices with their wealth; The benefits of adults and children exploring financial management together; When parents should begin teaching their children about fiscal responsibility.


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