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Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Money is always a concern regardless of background or standing in society. Every adult and child needs to become "financially well," able to align their personal values with their finances to they may save, spend, share, and invest their money with purpose, and for a sound financial future. The book teaches: Holistic guidance for families to learn to live their best financial lives, instead of just getting by Financial mindfulness, Values-oriented spending, Healthy financial socialization, Key financial concepts. Members of today's young adult generation often find themselves saddled with debt and unprepared to manage their day-to-day finances. The topic of financial independence has a strong following among millennials, and many are just learning in their late 20s and 30s how to get ahead financially. As they raise families, the seek guidance to raise financially well children. The next generation needs to be better prepared to live financially well lives"-- Provided by publisher.
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Background: A Little Bit of "Retirement" History -- Chapter 2: The Current State of "Retirement" -- Chapter 3: Financial Socialization: Creating Spending, Budgeting, and Saving Habits -- Chapter 4: Our Money Personalities -- Chapter 5: Gaining a Healthy Perspective on Money -- Chapter 6: Your Baseline Values and Goals -- Chapter 7: Principles of Money Management: Save -- How to Save -- Saving for College -- Student Loan Debt-Good or Bad? -- Chapter 8: Principles of Money Management: Spend
The Ins and Outs of Budgeting -- Cars -- Buying a House -- How Long? -- What Can I Afford? -- Renting a House -- What Can I Afford? -- Skin in the Game -- Earning Money -- Taxes -- Chapter 9: Principles of Money Management: Share -- Chapter 10: Principles of Money Management: Invest -- How the Stock Market Came to Be -- Stock Market Basics -- Reading Your Investment Account Statements -- Time In the Market, Not Market Timing -- The Planning Process -- Why Am I Investing? -- How Much Do I Need to Invest? -- How Much Risk Should I Take? -- What Should I Invest In? -- The Psychology of Investing
Insurance -- Chapter 11: The Bucket Approach: Putting It All Together -- Buckets -- Chapter 12: What Does a Good Financial Advisor Do? -- Chapter 13: Last Thoughts -- Chapter 14: Family Mission Statement -- Conclusion -- Chapter 15: Let's Recap -- Additional Resources -- Books -- Toy Learning -- Apps -- Index -- EULA
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Print version: Money minded families Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, 2020. 9781119635901 (DLC) 2020004336
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