Minneapolis, MN, April 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- In 2008, financial markets were collapsing and Bret and Tracie Shroyer saw many adults lacked basic money management skills. Determined their kids would be different, they decided it was their responsibility to teach their kids about money. At ages 7 & 8 the kids were put on a full budget and became responsible for their own money management.
Investing in Your 401k Kid: From Zero to Little Financial Genius in Five Easy Steps is the result of the Shroyers’ hard work. After tweaking their systems, processes and the lessons they wanted their kids to learn, they started to see real results. And so did their family and friends.
“When people first heard about our plan to put our pre-teen children on a full-blown budget, they thought we were nuts. But now that we’re six years into the process, we are constantly asked for more details. Other parents recognize a gratitude in our kids they don’t see in their own and realize our kids have more financial savvy that most young adults,” commented Tracie Shroyer.
Investing in Your 401k Kid isn’t just another book about money theory that teaches of abundance and monetary mindset. It focuses on practical examples and real life stories of what happened when the Shroyers implemented their plan. Worksheets and spreadsheets help other parents get started quickly. Investing in Your 401k Kid teaches parents:
·Why they can’t let schools handle the important topic of money management
·When to start teaching kids about money
·How to introduce the concept of budgeting
·What works and doesn’t work when teaching kids to budget
Bret and Tracie have 15 years of experience raising kids to be the best they can be. They pride themselves in allowing kids to learn from their mistakes while offering them direction and guidance. Bret is a property/casualty actuary and Tracie owns her own Virtual Assistance business.
Investing in Your 401k Kid ($14.97, 50 pages) is available online at http://bit.ly/14w3bUa or on Amazon. For more information, visit: http://www.401kKid.com
Contact: Tracie Shroyer 651-560-0264 firstname.lastname@example.org