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It’s never too early to learn good financial habits. And contrary to popular belief, personal finance doesn’t have to be boring.
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The Wenrichs already had been running for almost a decade with the concept of introducing their kids to investing.
“Before they even started school, I challenged them to save some of the money that came their way through allowances and gifts,” Wenrich said. “I told them if they could save $500, we would match it.“
When they did, Wenrich helped them with the investing process, which for minors under age 18 involves establishing a custodial account.
“We were teaching them how to save and how to think like a business person,” Wenrich said.
Local Author J. J. Wenrich is launching a new book to help educate youth and adults on the basics of saving and investing money. His book, Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks: Stories and Lessons for Grown-ups, is available now on Amazon for pre-sale before its official release on May 28.
Wenrich attests that a lack of basic financial knowledge and poor habits start in the home and resonate outward in communities and the economy as a whole. Humorous and easy to follow, his book seeks to educate people in a way that can be passed to younger generations for years to come.