How to create financially independent kids
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Wed 21 Jun 2017, 07:00 pm
Wed 21 Jun 2017, 08:30 pm
Conferences Workshops Classes, Education, Children, Business
Sacred Heart College
65 Laings Road
Tickets are $30 per person (20 percent of net ticket sales to be donated to your nominated school).
To buy tickets, visit: https://hannahmcqueen.com/
Do you feel ill-equipped to teach your kids about money? Are you passing your bad money habits onto your child? Will your kids be able to afford to buy a house when they grow up?
When it comes to teaching the next generation about money it is vital to get it right. Despite the best efforts to help children understand dollars and cents, most will struggle as adults to properly save, spend and budget.
Now, it is time to rethink how we teach children about money. Bestselling author and personal financial expert, Hannah McQueen, is holding a series of seminars around New Zealand on how to create money-wise kids.
Using the research and findings from her latest book, Pocket Money to Property: How To Create Financially Independent Kids, Hannah will explain why this generation needs to be more financially astute in order to be financially independent in adulthood. Each seminar will address the unique financial challenges kids face and the practical steps parents can take to teach kids how to be smarter with money.
Hannah McQueen is a chartered accountant and founder and director of enableMe, a successful financial advisory firm throughout New Zealand. She is one of the country’s leading experts on personal finance and is often interviewed about financial matters.