If you don't have plans for how to spend your money, plenty of others are willing to spend it for you. Advertisers. Friends. Credit card companies. Relatives. Fast food restaurants. Clothing stores.
If you don't want others to keep spending all of your money for you, it's time you read this book.
Money is powerful. With it people can pay living expenses, pay for fun things, save for what they need or want to buy later, or buy stuff for other people. Money can also be used to divide families, cheat people, or invest in really dumb things. Money Matters for Teens, along with the companion Money Matters for Teens workbook, will help you learn to use the power of money for good things.
Among the aspects of money this book looks at are:
learning smart money attitudes
short-term and long-term planning for success
figuring out God's plan for your future and your career
understanding credit and debit cards: dumb and smart uses
understanding banking accounts and types of savings
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