The MoneySmart Family System

About the Author: Steve Economides

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The MoneySmart Family System book, this is one of the most wanted Steve Economides author readers around the world.


[Ebook] The MoneySmart Family System  By Steve Economides – Theheartwork.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The MoneySmart Family System
  • Steve Economides
  • English
  • 16 July 2018
  • 1400202841

The MoneySmart Family System Is It Possible To Raise Financially Responsible Kids Of Any Age In A Society Filled With Consumerism And Entitlement New York Times Best Selling Authors Steve And Annette Economides Raised Their Five Kids While Spending 77 Percent Less Than The USDA Predicted And The Money They Did Spend Was Also Used To Train Their Children To Become Financially Independent The MoneySmart Family System Will Show You How To Teach Your Children To Manage Money And Have A Good Attitude While They Re Learning To Earn, Budget, And Spend Wisely.Learn How To Get The Kids Out The Door For School With Less Stress.End The Battle Over Clothing ForeverTeach Your Children To Be Grateful And Generous.Inspire Your Kids To Help With Chores As A Member Of A Winning Team.Prepare Your Kids For Their First Paying Job.Help Your Kids Pay For Their Own Auto Insurance, And Even Pay Cash For Their Own Cars.Employ Strategies For Debt Free College Educations.Truly Help Your Adult Children When They Want To Move Back Home.Be Prepared To Deal With Your Adult Children When They Ask For Bailouts.With Clear Steps For Children Of Every Age, The MoneySmart Family System Proves That It S Never Too Early, Too Late, Or Too Hard To Start Learning Financial Responsibility Every Parent Or Parent To Be Should Read This Book Dr Laura Schlessinger

10 thoughts on “The MoneySmart Family System

  1. Regina Hyman says:

    Recommended to me from someone a budgeting board to explain the process they used to teach their young children about money I highlighted and skipped some chapters that were not yet relevant to our family Overall, there are a lot of helpful tips that I plan to utilize with our family.

  2. Liz says:

    Good money tips, but a bunch of other patronizing advice as well.

  3. Laurel says:

    I thought this book was amazing and I will definitely purchase it for my own bookshelf, rather than just leave it at the one read from the library I have two children, 8 and 11, and the practicality and understanding from experts who get it Additionally, despite mentioning their faith, they...

  4. Joi Grady says:

    Seemed like I d read most of this information before, but I liked the idea of the point system and payday.

  5. Lynnea says:

    The MoneySmart Family System by Steve and Annette Economides was provided to me on my nook by Thomas Nelson Publishing in exchange for an honest review.The subtitle is Teaching Financial Independence to Children of Every Age It does teach financial independence but it also teaches basic independence and character as well Because of that, I think this book isof a parenting book than a money book For example, some of the later chapters are muchparenting advice involved with some f The MoneySmart Family System by Steve and Annette Economides was provided to me on my nook by Thomas Nelson Publishing in exchange for an honest review.The subtitle is Teaching Financial Independence to Children of Every Age...

  6. Jennifer Wilson says:

    In The MoneySmart Family System, Steve and Annette Economides set forth a plan on how to no only curb the wants of children but teach them about finances, budgeting, and saving from an early age They discuss through this book how the system works Everyone is expected to do chores, and points can be earned for various activities in the day The number of points earned each day translates into allowance that will be given and then the children are expected to give some, save some, and are allo In The MoneySmart Family System, Steve and Annette Economides set forth a plan on how to no only curb the wants of children but teach them about finances, budgeting, and saving from an early age They discuss through this book how the system works Everyone is expected to do chores, and points can be earned for various activities in the day The number of points earned each day translates into allowance that will be given and then the children are expected to give some, save some, and are allowed to spend some.One of the biggest problems I have with this book is starting at age nine children are expected to be buying their own clothing Based on the numbers set forth in the points system, it feels to me the points need to be valued at a bitUnlike some people who have read this book I don t find the problem in making the chi...

  7. Sarah says:

    Maybe I should give itstars It s a perfectly acceptable system to use to teach kids about money, and much better than not thinking about how to approach it at all or completely failing to discuss money with your kids, which is a pretty common default I also like that the kids are provided enough money to be put in charge of real expenses this teaches financial responsibility mucheffectively than if they re only getting bubble gum money.But I disagree with the authors on a number o Maybe I should give itstars It s a perfec...

  8. Jamie says:

    Steven and Annette Economides have made a name for themselves as America s Cheapest Family As with any family, they ve tried to pass on their financial strategies onto their children In The MoneySmart Family System the Economides share their methods for helping children of any age develop financial independence The book promises to teach the reader how to deal with many situations including teaching children to be grateful and generous, prepare kids for their first paying job, and helping th Steven and Annette Economides have made a name for themselves as America s Cheapest Family As with any family, they ve tried to pass on their financial strategies onto their children In The MoneySmart Family System the Economides share their methods for helping children of any age develop financial independence The book promises to teach the reader how to deal with many situations including teaching children to be grateful and generous, prepare k...

  9. Rebecca says:

    I have loved the Economides books since they first came out I have their two previous books, also family financed based And I admit that i was fascinated by a couple who s name was Economides who wrote about money Too much for my little brain i guess Anyway, I loved this book as much as I loved their previous books I think The MoneySmart family system is a GREAT addition to anyone s family library.The author s write in an engaging way about why its important to raise money smart kids I have loved the Economides books since they first came out I have their two previous books, also family fin...

  10. Sara says:

    After starting Dave Ramsey s Financial Peace class back in August, my husband and I kind of got on a huge saving money kick Of course, that is not a bad thing at all, and over the last two months, we have been doing very well budgeting, savingmoney, and getting rid of our debt.Since we were on that saving kick, I started requesting books to review that were about finances which led me to The MoneySmart Family System.Overall, this book gave some good suggestions when it comes to teachi After starting Dave Ramsey s Financial Peace class back in August, my husband and I kind of got on a huge saving money kick Of course, that is not a bad thing at all, and over the last two months, we have been doing very well budgeting, savingmoney, and getting rid of our debt.Since we were on that saving kick, I started requesting books to review tha...