It's A Money Thing
It's a Money Thing!: A Girl's Guide to Managing Money
It's A Money Thing
Kathleen Brown, Susan Estelle Kwas, Women's Foundation of California
One important thing a teenage girl can do for herself is learn about moneyhow to make it, save it, invest it, and spend it wisely. Through engaging and practical exercises, this guide teaches young girls valuable lessons to help themlead financially secure and independent lives.

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Educational
  • Nonfiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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"It's a Money Thing," is a non-fiction book, aimed at girls and young women, to teach them about money management. It teaches how to successfully start a business, put money into a savings account (and the benefits of doing so), and even buy and manage stocks. The book also demonstrates how to figure taxes, cost of living, and even provides job ideas and benefits. This book is a fill-in-the-blank book, and there are many useful activities. For example, you can pick out a job, salary, home, car, and then see how taxes affect the money you have to save or spend.

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