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Today I Teach™ Financial Literacy

Great for homeschool!

  • Do you need help handling your money?
  • Can you imagine a life of financial freedom?
  • Do you want to make more money?
  • Are you interested in investing but just don’t know where to start?
  • Have you struggled with credit card or student loan debt?
  • Do you want to own a home?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ve chosen the right audiobook.

We know how hard it is to get by in the modern world. We understand your struggles. None of us came here to just survive but rather, to THRIVE!

This audiobook isn’t your traditional personal finance book. This is probably the first money management audiobook without any complicated math or hard-to-read college wording. It's a simply worded guide to help you increase your kid's chances of becoming financially successful. This is an audiobook that teaches normal people like you the skills and knowledge to truly understand how money works.

Teach your child to master their finances EARLY!
 

This personal finance audiobook covers all of the following topics:

  • Love & money
  • Budgeting
  • Savings
  • Reducing expenses
  • Grow your income
  • Understanding credit cards
  • Loans
  • Debt
  • Debt reduction
  • Investing 101
  • Youth & money
  • Psychology & money

Order this audiobook now!

Regardless of what your financial expertise is or how much money you have in your bank account, this financial literacy audiobook is designed to provide you with the basics of everything you need to take your finances to the next level.

Are you in debt and don't know where to start?

We'll teach you the EASY next steps to financial success. Financial freedom, here you come!

©2017 C. J. Sturgis (P)2018 C. J. Sturgis

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Great Teaching Aid!

I purchased it for my homeschooled twins to help teach them how to handle money properly. I suggest this book to all parents looking for curriculum to teach kids about money. What I didn't expect was the sections that are dedicated to the parents learning as well. My wife and I are definitely looking forward to the print version of this workbook.

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awful, racially coded moralizing

I rarely dabble in litterature that is racially moralizing couched in vaguely religious overtones that justify racist ideology, however, I had the utmost misfortune of downloading this book. The capstone of this misguided, privileged bigotry of a mess of an attempt at financial literacy was chapter two, the discussion on "Scrubs and Filicias." Vague racist overtones is giving too much credit the authors. They are blatantly racist in their language, blaming those without for their lack of financial wellness, and generally belittling to anyone trying to learn about financial health.
These authors should be ashamed to put their names to this piece of writing and take a long hard look at who they are and what their goals are in this world. Because if they are proud of this racist romp through mediocrity perhaps they should consider a career as crash test dummies over ever trying to write about finacial literacy, or frankly any topic, again.
In terms the authors can comprehend, to say I want my money back is is equivalent to asking you not to wear khakis at your march at Charoletteville.
On a positive note the voice actor was lovely.

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I personally named the book: Follow Talk

Before I could barely go through listening to the book, I was already well satisfied with the offers I received before. I also need the kindle or physical book itself, I have to read this book line by line with my family members particularly, my sons.

The character I discovered in this book is the one, which has the ability to carry out a resolution long after the excitement of the moment has passed away. Awesome!

Fortune favors the bold. I saw this book on my Facebook timeline, which was offering free codes for review. I spotted there was no one that checked it or made a request. So, I looked at the title and it was business oriented one. I checked it or submitted my request.

Two days later, I was presented with two codes, one for the book itself and the other for any book, I want to redeem with it.

I could not believe what my eyes was observing. I seized the opportunity.

As I went through listening to the book, I could now relate very well the generosity of the author. Because she does what she has written in the book, which is also something that commands respect that I called: Follow Talk.

Hence, I am seizing this opportunity to let anyone know that, if you need quick financial guide, please look not elsewhere, get this book.

In just one sitting, you can go through and enjoy your future life. It thought me also maintain a social capital, which is also something we sometimes, underrate.

Many a time, we fear the unknown, however, just give this book a try, and you will see the meaning to this adage: « The cave that you fear (to enter) will will be the one that holds the treasure that you desire. »

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Good Book would be great to start children w money

Good Book if I do say so myself. great to start kids on their path to financial literacy.

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Common sense information here. A little out of date, but still very applicable. Everyone should be able to adjust to current conditions in their head as they listen.

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  • 07-21-18

For the whole family!

I wasn't aware that this is a real workbook when I bought it. 5 stars!
I read through it once but now it's time to get the kids around the table.
Where was this stuff when I was a child???

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  • 07-17-18

An incredible guide

Pleasant One! In case you're not kidding about altering your opinion on a few things and finding out about cash then I propose getting this book. it's not composed JUST for kids or only for grown-ups - we as a whole read it together and took in a great deal.