Why it's great for young people: "Investing is an important part of personal finance for everybody, but most people hate reading about investing," says David Welliver, editor of MoneyUndercom.
Financial literacy doesn't have to feel like homework. These money books give teens and young adults smart lessons about personal finance.
This book was written in , so there may be more rich kids in America now than listed in this book, but it remains an engaging read for young adults. The Money Book For The Young, Fabulous, and Broke Suze Orman. This book focuses exclusively on the financial situations of young adults. While the design of the book is a bit overwhelming, the material inside really does hit home with the target audience.
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Money Smart for Young People also offers: Multiple lessons that can be taught alone or in combination. Ideas for grade-level modification. Real-life exercises and examples. Suggestions for optional books or online games/tools that can reinforce student understanding. 5 Money Books Every Millennial Should Have on Their ‘to-Read’ List financial journalist and member of the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans, offers twenty and thirtysomethings a crash course in personal Most personal finance books for young people focus on the importance of paying down debt.