"Everyone needs money for the essentials of life. Individuals, however, get to decide how to use money, and not everyone is good at it. This book presents readers with clear explanations of financial goal setting and budgeting. Practical tips readers can use today and later in life emphasize prioritizing necessities and keeping track of what is spent in order to live within a budget. Simple economics are blended with citizenship through sections about giving to charity and finding ways to use money for good."
Saving and spending are building blocks of the economy. Readers will learn about various sources of income as well as concepts such as how saving a little at a time can eventually add up to a lot of money. This informational text explains ideas such as keeping track of expenses, financial goals, budgeting, and investing. Readers will learn about different types of savings plans, such as those for college and retirement. This resource also includes the ideas of donations and philanthropy.
Answers basic questions students ask when learning about financial skills needed for adulthood, including investing money in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, gold, and collectibles. Available in print and eBook formats.
An activity book from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, available in English and Spanish. This workbook helps children learn how to make smart decisions about money and includes a section that encourages kids to “Ask an Adult” about money decisions they’ve made.