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Book Review: 'The Opposite of Spoiled: How to Raise Kids who are Grounded, Generous and Smart about Money'

Already when my daughter was three, I had to answer questions such as ‘Why don’t we have a slide in our house, mummy?’ (Considering she had three friends with indoor slides in their homes and we are a rather antisocial family, that seemed like a ridiculously high proportion of people with indoor slides, so it is unsurprising she asked that question. 1,053 more words

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The Opposite Of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, And Smart About Money

Ron Lieber is the money columnist for the New York Times.  He’s written a new book about kids, money, what parents should tell their kids about money, allowance, saving for college, and more. 85 more words

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Ron Lieber - 'The Opposite of Spoiled'

Ron Lieber talks about kids and money and the values they represent in this interview with Steve Bertrand on Books.  Lieber is the author of… 23 more words

Steve Bertrand On Books

Ron Lieber - 'The Opposite of Spoiled'

Ron Lieber talks about kids and money and the values they represent in this interview with Steve Bertrand on Books.  Lieber is the author of… 23 more words

Steve Bertrand On Books

Ron Lieber’s The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money

I received this book for the purpose of a fair and honest review.

Overview: Mr. Lieber has spent some time researching how to talk to children about money. 544 more words

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New Nonfiction: The Opposite of Spoiled - Ron Lieber

Lieber is an award-winning NYT financial writer. In this parenting book he moves beyond mere financial literacy to argue that parents can also use financial training to give their children a broader values-based understanding of the role of money in becoming a well-rounded person and useful contributor to society. 192 more words

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