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Wealthy Child: Financial Success for the Children in Your Life

 

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Kids grow up.  Some grow up and become rich and some grow up struggling financially for the rest of their lives.

 

We give, or try to give, our kids everything.  But, do we give them the financial knowledge they need to succeed in the world?  Do our children have the skills to fight the forces that make it all too easy to wind up in a financial mess.

 

Credit cards, unneeded debt, poor investment decisions and mishandling money are only a few of the pitfalls that your child will face as he or she matures.  Many young people make big mistakes as they encounter many of life’s major events.  Some of these mistakes are minor and simply slow down the climb towards to prosperity.  Other mistakes may lead to a lifetime of financial struggle.  A recent Business Week article, Thirty and Broke, details how many young adults struggle financially and feel that they cannot get ahead.

 

Don’t let this happen to the young people in your life.  You can help your kids whether they are 3 or 30.

 

Here are just a few of the advantages your child will have because you have exposed them to Wealthy Child:

 

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Wealthy Child is a simple, easy to read book with solid information that will help your children get ahead financially.  Your children will learn how to handle money and make it grow. 

 

Do your children even understand the basics of earning money, saving it and making it grow?  A child in my neighborhood, who was old enough to know better, tried to give me money for the lemonade I wanted to buy from him!  He didn’t even understand the concept of money in exchange for lemonade.  This child’s parents are both very well educated and one of them even helps ultra wealthy people invest their money!

 

Children will absolutely need to understand money and master these skills as their world will be much more financially complex one.  They will need to learn these skills to avoid financial failure and to succeed.  Success does not happen automatically.  Success is not even guaranteed if your child earns a high income.  There are many, many highly paid “financial failures” in the world.

 

Wealthy Child is both an overview as to how your child thinks about money and should think about money.  It also offers specific advice and step to step instructions so that your child learns the skills he or she needs to excel financially.  Wealthy Child begins by explaining the Five Pillars to Financial Success and how mastering these will put your child at a tremendous advantage in the years to come.

 

Wealthy Child also shows you the things you must start doing with your child today.  Wealthy Child makes understanding easy and will allow him to develop the mental framework needed to master money.  By the time your child is a young adult, he will know far more than most adults twice her age about money and personal finance.

 

And, Wealthy Child also covers topics such as what wealthy people are doing for their children to ensure that they will be financially secure as adults.  Most financial planners don’t even know about these methods and it is another example of knowledge giving those who have the knowledge a huge advantage over everyone else.

 

The best part is that all children want money and want to learn about it.  They are naturally motivated and want to learn.  They truly want to learn.  The question comes down to what they learn and when they learn it.

 

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They may learn bad habits from friends.  They may even learn bad habits from you!  Your child will need to learn the right habits and skills.  Wealthy Child will teach out these habits and skills.  These are the same habits and skills that have made countless people successful in their financial lives.

 

Wealthy Child is not a time consuming or exhausting program.  It will not take hours and hours to follow each week.  Wealthy Child will provide insights that can be shared with your child from time to time in just a few minutes each time.  Follow the advice in Wealthy Child at your own pace.  You’ll see over time that your child will develop an amazing knowledge of money and finance. 

 

If you are a grandparent, Wealthy Child will show you many ways to give your grandchild a head start in life by investing for him early to take the full advantage of time.  Wealthy Child will also show you many great ways to teach your grandchild the right way to approach money.

 

In today’s world knowledge is more important than ever.  Having knowledge and knowing how to use it is what will separate the middle class from the poor and the wealthy from the middle class.  Give your child this knowledge and broaden your own financial knowledge by purchasing Wealthy Child today.

 

For half the price of many of today’s toys, give your child a rock solid chance of success.  Order today for $19.95.  Read Wealthy Child, follow the program and share it with your child.  If, for any reason, you are not happy with Wealthy Child, return it for a full refund.

 

Think of the world of possibilities that will be open to your child or grandchild because they have a head start financially rather than trying to play catch up for the rest of their lives.

 

 

Wealthy Child Reviews and Testimonials

 

Interview with Jordan Rich discussing Wealthy Child and the need for financial education (click here to listen)

 

 
4.0 out of 5 stars Not just another boring financial book, March 4, 2009
By  MG - See all my reviews

This book is about life and about teaching our children about money, the importance and value of money and how to make money grow.

Creating Wealth for our Children is one of the most important things we can do for our kids. If you don't know how, you can start by reading this book.

This book teaches you how to invest for your child early and how your child's funds should be invested for education and beyond. It teaches you how to invest so that they will have a substantial amount of wealth by the time he or she graduates college. It talks about investing with your younger child, investing with your older child and the dangers of your child having money. It tells you how to teach your child about money including some money games you can play with your child. Lastly it talks about wills, insurance and trusts. And there is a nice little section in the end giving 14 simple rules of wealth.

The book is organised into short little chapters (short and sweet). A good guide for parents who want to teach their child about money, this book is also applicable for anyone who wants to achieve financial wisdom for themselves.



 

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5.0 out of 5 stars Wealthy Person, February 14, 2009
By  Julian (New York) - See all my reviews

This book contains great financial strategies for people of all ages but it frames everything in a way that you can explain to your children. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to help themselves, friends or family members with personal finance.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Wealthy Child - Financial Success for the Children in your Life, February 11, 2009
By  Maria Malaspina "Marianna Malaspina" (New York, NY, USA) - See all my reviews
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This book is invaluable for anyone (school directors, teachers, relatives and parents) who wishes to create an environment where children can learn about and appreciate the importance and requirements of a healthy relationship with money and the financial aspects of life. Having a 5 1/2 years old daughter, I am planning to keep this one on the top of my list for a while! Must read.
Marianna Malaspina, New York

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5.0 out of 5 stars Father Should Know Better, January 27, 2009
By  D. S. Ahearn Sr. - See all my reviews
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I taught my sons to run the bases, say "please" and "thank you", drive responsibily, study hard, and avoid the usual temptations of youth. And I thought I was pretty much done with this fatherhood task.

Nope.

As a high school teacher for over thirty years I realized an obvious gap in the usual high school curriculum. Personal finance was not on the course agenda at most schools. And most teachers begged off from teaching anything to do with economics. I found it to be a jewel ... for me and for the students. The moment I tailored the course to deal with personal finance ... mortgages, investments, compound interest, retirement programs, and taxes, I knew I had a winner on my hands. The enthusiasm was stunning. There was a natural curiosity about these matters that had gone unaddressed. But not any longer.

William Gerosa has written the book all parents should read ... especially during these rocky times. "Wealthy Child" is, well, a wealth of practical information and strategies to nuture financially savvy youngsters through adulthood. It's a clear, concise and practical guide to raising a balanced child to feel secure and confident in the realm of personal finance. His book is an eye-opener for all of us who thought parenting was about proper manners, fair play, and academic discipline. My own experience as a teacher proved to me that young people have a natural curiosity about money ... a topic too many family seem allergic to discuss in depth. The author jettisons that taboo in a heartbeat.

What is particularly appealing about this little gem is that it takes the reader through the economic stages of their children ... from toddlers to teens to young adults. It suggests fun activities and very earthy strategies that can usher your child to a very comfortable and realistic financial situation. And it's done with a clear and direct style that is easily understood. And there are points to be learned by even fairly informed folks.

So, given the new realities, it might be wise for young parents ... and not-so-young parents ... to add this wonderful guide to the family bookshelf. And it might be wise for our public schools to acknowledge the new reality as well.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Timely and Timeless Advice, January 25, 2009
By  Finance Mom (Los Angeles) - See all my reviews

Wealthy Child is an excellent primer on one of the most important gifts a parent can give to a child - financial literacy and the tools necessary to build and preserve wealth. While this book is targeted toward parents, the information would be quite useful for readers interested in personal finance who may find more densely written books on the subject overwhelming. It would also make a great gift for a new baby! The author strikes just the right balance between breadth and depth of topics with concise and well-written chapters. He covers all the relevant subjects, from asset allocation to UTMAs/UGMAs, in a reader-friendly way that distills them to the essentials without dumbing them down. Clear, helpful examples make this book approachable even for those who find numbers intimidating. There are suggestions for fun games you can play with a child of almost any age to help her understand how money can grow into wealth. Wealthy Child could not have come about at a better time as the world is currently in a global financial meltdown brought on by irresponsible financial practices at all levels. Buy this book, follow its advice, and you will be instilling in the next generation the knowledge and skills they will need to grow wealthy and face with confidence the financial challenges of their time.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Wake up Call, January 22, 2009
By  B. Whaley - See all my reviews
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As a father and breadwinner to a family of 4 young children I appreciate the author's insights shared in this book. I now realize how much more I can do to better prepare my children for their financial future. I want to try playing the penny game with my children to see their faces when after two weeks pennies multiply to a large amount. The details on the 529 college savings plan where useful and I also got a boost of enthusiasm towards putting away savings - (a topic that has been challenging for me).

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3.0 out of 5 stars for adults to teach kids.., November 20, 2008
By  Kenny Eng - See all my reviews
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while the author gears this book towards parents that want to teach their children how to attain financial success, i think there's another demographic that may want to buy this book -- adults who don't know how to take the first step towards being financially savvy.

in this economic zeitgeist, i think it's more important than ever that people read and understand the basic tenets of the book. i say this from experience, because i have a multitude of friends who just don't know the basics of how to attain and grow their wealth.

the book is simply-written in mostly normal, everyday language. the chapters are well-thought out and laid out in a sensible order. yet, i also found myself skipping around and reading various chapters that held my interest without losing continuity to the five pillars.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Understanding and building financial wealth., November 19, 2008
By  Eva Yang - See all my reviews
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This is a wonderful financial strategy book on personal wealth building that is especially useful and important in this turbulent economy. The author explains the concept of time value of money using several practical examples. Investing early and regularly can make a world of difference and magnify the overall return of investments. I particularly enjoyed the chapter on tracking expenses. How many of us have no clue how much we overspend each month? Even though living beyond our means has been the norm for most of us in the past few years, it's time to be smart about where our money goes. The Five Pillars are the foundation to a secure financial life and I would pass them on to all the children in my life.
 

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5.0 out of 5 stars An essential topic for any parent, November 15, 2008
By  Mark Hurst (New York, NY) - See all my reviews
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Mr. Gerosa has written a helpful guide on a topic EVERY parent should be comfortable with: teaching their child about money. The Money Box, Money Game, and Five Pillars described in the book all help build a solid financial foundation. The book also explains items that parents themselves may want to learn about, such as 529 Plans. Financial literacy, much like bit literacy, is a skill that will pay dividends for a lifetime.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Read For All Parents!, November 3, 2008
By  Eva Baran - See all my reviews
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I read this book over the weekend and found out not only how much my future children might not learn about finances but also how much I didn't know about my own. This is one of the first points that the Author makes in this book, that you cannot possibly raise a financially astute child without having a good deal of 'financial precision' of your own. He goes on from there to lay the foundation of the financial perils and rewards we all will face in order to be prepared for them.

I enjoyed going through his "5 Pillars" that form the foundation of a healthy and wealthy family attitude towards money. Despite his advanced education and professional experience, he broaches the subject with straight forward language and intuition. He even provides a few games that are suitable for children starting at ages 10, and I have to say that I learned a thing or two just thinking about the "Money Game". This was a common theme, I found myself thinking about many of the concepts in this book at odd times after I finished reading it so I can say it certainly had a profound impact on me and my future generation.

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