Money Power for Families

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Career Press, 1993 - Business & Economics - 96 pages
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Covers every financial fact that families must face. The impact of kids on your financial health has consequences that reach far beyond the bills from the maternity ward. In fact, it's estimated that having a child today will cost the average family $2.50,000 before the child turns 18! Money Power for Families identifies and analyzes these financial issues that anyone with children must confront, such as when and how to save, how to teach your child the value of money, does it still pay to own a house, trusts and wills, and how your child can save you money.

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Contents

What your kids mean to you
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Chapter
11
Chapter 2
30
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Tama McAleese, CFP, is a syndicated radio talk show host in Cleveland, Ohio, a Certified Financial Planner, Certified Employee Benefit Specialist, Certified Fund Specialist, Chartered Mutual Fund Counselor, and Accredited Asset Management Specialist. She is a frequent contributor to national financial publications and a frequent speaker to audiences throughout the country.

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