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Smart Money: How to Raise Kids Without Going Broke

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With parenthood comes the realization that your family's future depends not just on what you earn, but on your ability to think smart financially for the years ahead. Here, from the experts at SMART MONEY magazine, are the savvy, up-to-the-minute strategies every parent needs to provide the financial security and opportunities children deserve. HOW TO RAISE KIDS WITHOUT GO ...more
Paperback, 350 pages
Published December 28th 2001 by Hearst
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Sep 28, 2007 rated it did not like it
Didn't learn anything from this book (thank goodness - I'm a financial advisor & this info is VERY basic). Title is misleading. Most of the book has nothing to do with kids. The book should be called Personal Finance 101. In addition to kid-related info, the book explains how to shop for a mortgage, care insurance, health insurance, etc. And, the info is very outdated.
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Peter Finch is a full-time poet, critic, author and literary entrepreneur living in Cardiff, Wales. Until June 2011 he was Chief Executive of Literature Wales (formerly Academi), the Welsh National Literature Development Agency. As a writer he works in both traditional and experimental forms. He is best known for his declamatory poetry readings, his creative work based on his native city of Cardif ...more