Teach them to be choosy

Halverson, Guy
May 1998
Christian Science Monitor;5/11/98, Vol. 90 Issue 115, pB6
Presents advice on how to teach children about finance and investments. How financial responsibility can affect the rest of a child's life; Teaching investment principles; Connecting investments to the child's life; Why wealth building should be taught incrementally; Teaching children to seek the best investments.


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