This personal finance book is written for students that are approaching graduation and preparing for life in the real world.
Both parents and students could benefit from the information in this book, so I encourage you both to read it. I’m a parent, and I always look forward to sitting down with my boys to talk about the subject of personal finance and intentional living-a subject that may be hard for graduating students to embrace.
As parents, we might wish that someone had presented information to us that would have guided our choices financially. It is my hope that what is presented here will be beneficial to you.
This book provides an important tool to foster meaningful conversations around the crucial topic of personal finance. Young adults don’t have to learn life’s financial lessons the hard way!
Targeted Age Group: 15-25 years old
Book Price: $0.99
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About the Author:
J.M. Brady is first and foremost a husband and father who cares deeply for his sons. He considers himself to be a benefactor of life’s financial lessons as he’s made some common financial mistakes and some great choices over the years when it came to handling money. He is a twenty-year veteran in medical device sales and actually enjoys talking about financial stuff. He counts himself a huge Dave Ramsey fan.
His boys have received a great education. He had just one question: When would they ever get to learn about personal finance in a meaningful way before they hit the real world? Why do we send off our children to make the same mistakes we did when it comes to saving and spending? Why not get our kids pointed in the right financial direction straight out of school? That’s exactly why he wrote The iGeneration Investor.