Your Kids, Their Money

A Parent’s Guide to Raising Financially Literate Children

Non-Fiction - Parenting
206 Pages
Reviewed on 06/11/2022
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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite

We all need to be financially literate, and the best time to learn how to manage money is when you are very young. Where, if not at home, can children learn about money? However, it is not always easy for parents to talk about it with their children. If you are in this situation and want to be sure you are giving your children the correct information, I recommend that you read Your Kids, Their Money by Clifton D. Corbin. In this book, you will find all the information you need, including the dos and don'ts of allowances, how to use credit, how to invest your money, and even taxation basics. In addition, the author will suggest activities and include additional resources.

Learning to manage money from an early age is not just a necessity but a priority, even if it is something that parents too often neglect to teach their children. That is why I am grateful to Clifton D. Corbin for his splendid book. Your Kids, Their Money is a guide for all parents who care about their children's financial future. Even though they may not be very inclined to talk about money with their children, they will surely change their minds after reading this book. I particularly liked the sections in which Corbin recommends parents talk to their children about investments (this advice is brilliant) and digital money (an essential thing to know). These and the other tips in this book are priceless. I highly recommend that all parents read Your Kids, Their Money and start their children's financial education as soon as possible.