A Teenager's Guide to Money, Banking, and Finance

Author: David Spiselman

Publisher: Julian Messner


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 120

View: 297

Gives practical advice on opening a bank account, keeping records, saving, investing, and using credit cards, as well as general information about the operation and function of banks, businesses, government, and the economy.

The Teenager's Guide to Money

Author: Samantha Brown

Publisher: Allen & Unwin


Category: Budgets, Personal

Page: 145

View: 487

Get your teenager started on the road to being smart with their money by giving them this easy-to-read guide to getting their act together financially.

The Teenager's Guide to Money

Author: Jonathan Self

Publisher: Quercus Children's Books


Category: Teenagers

Page: 208

View: 815

A clear and unpatronising guide to money for teenagers. Jonathan Self's user-friendly guide demystifies every aspect of money and money management, covering such critical topics as bank accounts, living on a budget, the dangers of credit cards, and how to cope with money at university. The Teenager's Guide to Money treats what can be the driest and most daunting of topics with the lightest and easiest of touches. Rich in information and advice, but also accessible, easy to follow and entertaining to read, this is a book that parents should ensure finds its way into the hands of every teenager. In fact, so clear and coherent is the counsel it offers, that it wouldn't be a bad idea if the book was read by parents themselves, just in case they've forgotten its core message that having enough money has very little to do with how much money you earn, and a great deal to do with how well you manage it.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Money for Teens

Author: Susan Shelley

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 743

You're no idiot, of course. Money's always on your mind; if you're not working to make more, you're wondering where it all went. Will you have to give up movies and CDs to get your bank account to grow? Play it smart and you can have it all! Whether you're saving for something big like college or wondering why you're always broke, this info-packed book has the answers you need. 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to Money for Teens' can show you how to: -Stop the bleeding! Easy ways to get a grip on your expenses. -Make sense of bank and credit card statements. -Work wise and shop smart; get the most of your money. -Pay less for the things you buy - even designer labels! -Learn what it takes to be a teen entrepreneur.

The Complete Guide to Personal Finance

For Teenagers and College Students

Author: Tamsen Butler

Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 288

View: 301

In this completely revised edition, young people learn how to get and manage credit, how to make and stick to a budget, how to pay for college, how to determine needs versus wants, how to pay for a car, how to open a bank account, how to balance a checkbook, how to manage finances online, and how to avoid financial mistakes. You will also learn about investments, taxes, checks, debit cards, credit cards, and budget tips. This book is filled with helpful suggestions from financial counselors, and you will discover ways to jumpstart your financial future and use money responsibly.

Money Matters Workbook for Teens (11-14)

Author: Larry Burkett

Publisher: Moody Pub


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

View: 964

"Why learn to manage my money? I'm just a teenager; I don't have much of it anyway." Sounds reasonable, but it's not. Think about this: The average American teenager spends $3,000 per year. At the end of high school, that means you'll have spent $21,000. Do you know where you're spending it? While $3,000 per year is most likely a lot less than your parents spend, you should still be able to: Pay fair prices for quality items Avoid being ripped off by misleading ads and salespeople Stay out of debt Save up for a car, college, or your own business Give money that will make a difference in the world Have money to do fun things with your friends Larry Burkett and Todd Temple will show you how to take back the control of your money. You'll learn skills that will help you right now and prepare you for a successful financial future. Imagine what can happen when, as a teenager, you begin spending your money wisely.

How to Rock Your Money

A Teenagers Guide to Financial Success

Author: Brian Brandow




Page: 52

View: 780

The goal of the "How to Rock Your Money" book is to help expose young adults to money topics and build a healthy relationship with money before they begin their financial lives and making any significant financial decisions like college.

The Teenager's Guide to Part-time Jobs

Tips for Earning a Dollar

Author: Samantha Koch

Publisher: Allen & Unwin


Category: Job hunting

Page: 202

View: 363

An easy-to-read guide for teenagers to help them get a job and start earning their own money whilst studying at school, university or TAFE.

A Guide to Money Management and Career Development for Teenagers and College Students

Author: Michael Dow

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Business & Economics


View: 827

There are many things that a person can learn about finances, but there are only a few that every person should know. Michael Stephen Dow has found that handful and makes the information easy to understand. In this book, you'll learn how to calculate the amount of money it costs for you to live per day. You'll also learn about the time value of money, your abilities and how you can further develop your skills to be more marketable in our global workforce. This book will help any teenager or college student prepare for the future and understand the value of a dollar. This book was previously published as The Basics of Finances.

How Teenagers Think

An Insider's Guide to Living with a Teenager

Author: Jellyellie

Publisher: Vacation Work Publications


Category: Adolescent psychology

Page: 202

View: 419

A real life teenager, 15 year old jellyellie, dishes the dirt on what she and the many fellow teenagers she interviews really think. Essential reading for all parents, she explains what teenagers think about everything from school to designer labels, sex to money. She also discusses what encourages teenagers to co-operate with their parents and what pushes all their rebellious buttons. "How Teenagers Think" is the book for parents whose relationships with their teenage kids is fraught, and who find their children hard to fathom. It will help them get inside the teenage mindset and encourage them to understand their kids better.

Business Insider with a Teenager

How to Make Money Under 18 and Advice from Teenage Entrepreneurs

Author: Shirley Martin Wang




Page: 125

View: 522

#1 BOOK TO LEARN HOW TO LAUNCH A BUSINESS AS A TEENAGER Shirley Martin Wang introduces a no-bullsh*t step-by-step guide for teenagers to dominate the business industry before they turn 18, from landing your ultimate dream job to defying stereotypes about teenage entrepreneurs... In this book, you'll learn about: - starting a business before age 18 - why social media influencers succeed - working legally as a teenager - business ADVICE from 7 teenage entrepreneurs -- YouTubers, CEOs, and Content Creators included - how to make yourself the #1 choice for a job - what is "youth professionalism" EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE NOW! with Gen Z entrepreneurs Jade Darmawangsa & Brennan Agranoff

The Ultimate Guide to Summer Opportunities for Teens

200 Programs That Prepare You for College Success

Author: Sandra L. Berger



Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 309

View: 267

Presents advice on using summer opportunities to help gain entrance into selective universities and provides guidance on researching, choosing, and applying for summer programs.

May I Have My Money?: A Simple and Practical Guide to Money Management for Children

Author: Sola Adesakin



Category: Fiction

Page: 66

View: 833

"May I have My Money" is a fictional story with practical lessons that aim to teach children and teenagers the basics of making, managing and multiplying money; that is, how they can earn money by putting their talents to work or by providing value, how they can manage the money by proper planning and budgeting, and how they can multiply money by way of investing.It is a simple-to-understand book for children and teenagers and can be used in group studies for children or as part of a curriculum that teaches personal finance or money management.

The Young Zillionaire's Guide to Money and Banking

Author: Clare Tattersall

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 387

Discusses the origin and role of money in our economy, how banks operate to generate interest on savings, and how the banking system works as a whole.

Teenager's Guide to Becoming a Millionaire

Author: J. R.



Category: Self-Help

Page: 286

View: 227

75 years of a successful and rewarding background in business, law, finance, 6 children and 9 grandchildren have given me the knowledge and experience to show you how to achieve your own victories in business and in life. This book is filled with real life examples, detailed advice and ideas that answer questions like, "How can I get someone else to pay for college?" "How can I make money doing what I really want to do?" "How can I find a great job that will give me exactly the experience I need to be my own boss?" "What do I have to do to be hired over anyone else?" "How do I figure out what to do with my life - make money AND be happy?" "How can I win in relationships?" "How can I make my money make money?" "Where do I begin?" This Edition of "TEENAGER'S GUIDE TO BECOMING A MILLIONAIRE" is written in both English and Spanish. The first half of the book is in English and the second half is in Spanish