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F.A.Q. about Events, Savings and Winning The Money Game

By |2017-01-18T08:11:50+00:00July 8th, 2012|Extra Money Game Activities Category, Money Game FAQ, Money Game Specific|

As you know, I love getting great questions about The Money Game that allow me to expand the game even further. Sometimes the questions spur an addition that is so blatantly missing in the game it causes me to pause, and think, "How did I miss that?" It always reaffirms my continual philosophy that all [...]

The Ultimate Financial Education Activity

By |2017-01-18T08:11:51+00:00November 16th, 2011|Extra Money Game Activities Category, Financial Education|

Almost 10 year journey I embarked on a journey into the fascination field of financial education and along the way, there have been people and processes added to our programs that enhanced their effectiveness by leaps and bounds. One of these activities was suggested by my life partner, Steve Gordon, and it had to do with [...]

Why Allowances for kids are so important.

By |2008-09-30T23:03:52+00:00September 30th, 2008|Allowance News|

You may be thinking to yourself, “Is there something I can do to make sure my kids don’t move home after they move out?” In other words, you want a way to make sure they grow up to be financially self-reliant. I’m here to say, 'Yes, there are some relatively simple steps you can take [...]

Financial Iliteracy is not just an American problem

By |2008-09-02T11:05:55+00:00September 2nd, 2008|Financial Literacy News, Latest from Elisabeth|

Financial Literacy for Young People by Safaa Nhairy For those of you who might think that it's only Americans that need a little (or a lot) brushing up on their financial skills, read on... British adults also suffer from a lack of basic financial education in their schools. According to statistics, 91 percent of British [...]

Family Goal Setting

By |2008-08-29T15:20:49+00:00August 29th, 2008|Financial Literacy News|

Set Goals as a Family - Succeed as a Family by Vince Shorb Setting financial goals together, as a family, allows each member of the family a feeling of ownership on the overall success of the family financial success. Setting these goals together creates unique bonds within a family, it takes into account the needs [...]

Financial intelligence redefined!

By |2008-07-08T21:43:01+00:00July 8th, 2008|Financial Literacy News, Financial Literacy/Intelligence, Latest from Elisabeth|

Just a thought... What if our kids learned about math in school from their financial literacy classes? What if our kids learned about writing by preparing amazing business plans that could actually be funded and turned into real businesses to set the kids on incredible journeys of self-reliance, doing great and providing for others? What [...]

WEALTHWork #3 – What are you worth?

By |2008-06-01T22:24:33+00:00June 1st, 2008|WEALTHWork™|

What are YOU worth? Have you ever decided how much you are worth? Have you ever experienced that awkward time when someone asks you, 'What do you charge?" and your mind vacillates between amount you'd LIKE to charge and the amount you think they might pay and then to an amount you know someone has [...]

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