Learn ways to save a part of what you earn for things you want in the future This book will teach you words and ideas about saving....
|Title||:||Saving for the Future: An Introduction to Financial Literacy (Start Smart: Money)|
|Publisher||:||Red Chair Pr January 1, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||24 pages|
|File Size||:||660 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Saving for the Future: An Introduction to Financial Literacy (Start Smart: Money) Reviews
When people earn money, they don't necessarily spend it all at once. Sometimes when they make money they "do not spend every dollar they earn," but rather put it aside or save it. What are some of the reasons they save money rather than spend it all right away? People "save so they can pay for things they need and things they want." People have to pay for food, clothes, doctor visits, and trips. There are basic things we need such as "food, clothes, and a place to live," but there are also those things we want that we save up for. For example Emma "gets paid $10 each week" for doing her chores. She's putting aside part of each week so she can buy a new shirt.
Saving for the Future establishes good money management concepts like saving for future needs while spending wisely for present needs. The author shows young readers how to create good financial habits and also how future opportunities are created by saving money now. Ms Reynolds' insight provides a wonderful, high quality introduction to financial literacy.