Boomers biggest financial fear

Transfer wealth and financial stability to loved ones

Wealth and financial stability is what we seek to transfer to our loved ones..

39% fear death
61% fear outliving their money

That’s why financial literacy is not an option. It’s not too late for boomers… It’s NEVER too early to start teaching the kids.

If children learn money management at a younger age, they stand a better chance of living without financial fear. To do so, they need to think differently and have a plan. (As do their adult counterparts.)

If its too broad or too big and scary, they will run away from it. So boil it down… “Can I Have Some Money?” kid money books help children understand the adult a language of money.

Words like income, assets, liabilities, sharing, family, loans, credit… The book series comes with a list of financial concepts in the front of each book.

The books focus on personal relationships and making good decisions, and money is actually in the background. These bite sized slices of life provide financial learning for young people at their level.

Small drops of water make a mighty ocean.

Protect the kids against your biggest fiancial fear.


You can get a free chapter of my next boOk LEMONADE SOLD OUT on my website

About candi sparks

Candi Sparks is a fully licensed financial professional and a Brooklyn mother of two. She works with private clients, business owners, the NYC Department of Education, faith based, non profit and community organizations on financial education and implementing financial strategies for success. Events are fun, interactive and solid financial information. Sparks Fly, financial literacy for YOU(th) Learn more so you can live more! toll free: 866.556.2432
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