Our online course introduces kids 8-14 to important financial terms
and teaches them to make smarter financial choices
After taking this course, your child should
Gain a desire and understanding to save
Understand how to create and maintain a budget
Realize the assets they have vs the liabilities
Realize the tricks that marketers use
Develop good habits that will follow then into adulthood
Have the knowledge to avoid a lifetime of bad spending choices
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Smart With Money – Introductory Course
Our courses teach kids aged 8-14 how money really works and sets them up to be financially stable no matter where they are, where they come from, or where they are going! In today’s fast-paced world, this is MUST KNOW information for all kids everywhere!
1 in 5 teens lacks a basic foundation to build on for financial literacy
Financial Literacy Begins at Home
Financial illiteracy can lead to a lifetime of poor saving, habitual sending, excessive card use, bad investment decisions, and a sub- optimal quality of life.
Teach Them Before the Advertisers Reach Them
Kids aged 8 – 14 are an ideal time to teach your kids about money. Allows them to be educated consumers before they graduate High School.
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Don’t let your loved ones grow up to become habitual consumers!
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Take charge of your kid’s financial literacy. Smart With Money with the Boss Doc is an online course designed to introduce your kids smart money basics such as , debit, assets, interest, net worth and much more!
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Boss Up for your sons, daughters, niece, nephew, grandchild or any tween – teenager that you want to see develop life changing lessons in financial literacy.
The following lessons are included in this course
Lesson One: Identifying Tendencies
Which Kid is More Like You? Watching the stories of four different kids may help you Identify certain tendencies that your child may have towards money.
Important financial Terms and what they Mean
Debt, assets, interest, liabilities and more. We will go over these terms so that your child can develop an understanding of them. There is a quiz at the end to test what your child has learned so far.
Lesson Two: Consumers and Budgets
Your child will be introduced to the traits of a habitual consumer why this is bad . Your child can discover how saving and creating a budget and how it can be vital to their financial freedom
Lesson Three: Assets and Liabilities
Identifying assets vs liabilities, liabilities vs debt, balancing assets and liabilities and how debt, assets and liabilities can be good as well as not so good. Including some assets that everyone already has, even if they don’t realize it. Your child can see how assets and liabilities, when used properly, can help you to build wealth.
Lesson Four: Compound Interest
Your child will have the opportunity to learn what compound interest is and gain an appreciation for its true power. This final lesson brings together all of the terms mentioned in the previous lessons and shows how everything works together to help you grow your net worth.
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For less than $10, you will have lifetime access to our Smart With Money introductory online course. This course can help your child or grandchild develop an understanding of money basics so that they may be able to make smarter money choices
Smart With Money – Introductory Course
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