Pocket Money to Property: How to Create Financially Independent Kids
"Should your child do chores for pocket money? Do you talk to your kids about money? Will your kids be able to buy a house when they grow up?These and many other pressing questions are answered by Hannah McQueen with her very clear, direct, practical advice on how to create finan... read full description below.
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Through her work as a financial advisor Hannah believes strongly that we need to be giving our children good financial skills so that they don't make the same mistakes that many of their parents have made. There is good news: even if you have missed all of the financial stages yourself, you can still create financially independent children. This book is a practical resource that outlines the key financial principles that everyone needs to learn, and Hannah gives very clear, detailed and direct advice for parents of children at every age from five year olds right through to 30 year olds. This is essential reading for every parent, whatever your financial status. It asks the hard questions and forces you to confront your own attitudes around money and gives clear guidelines for the next generation.
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Hannah McQueen is a chartered accountant with her Masters in Taxation Law. She is the founder and director of enableMe, a successful and growing business with offices throughout New Zealand. Hannah is one of NZ's leading experts in personal finance and is the 'go-to' person for many TV and radio shows, newspapers and magazines.