San Diego, CA
Friday, March 23, 2012
Nancy Phillips, founder DollarSmartKids Enterprises Inc.
Parents everywhere can breathe a sigh of relief knowing there is now a roadmap to show them exactly how and when to teach their children money skills. Mother of two, Nancy Phillips wanted to know exactly what to teach her children about financial life and success skills five years ago and couldn't find what she was looking for. That led to a period of extensive research to find the "best practices" that would help her teach her own children the skills necessary to lead fulfilling and financially successful lives in adulthood. Now Phillips is sharing this information through an easy to use audio program in which she has boiled down the expert information. Parents can use the framework and tips with their children during daily life right from the pre-school years through high school. Phillips says "parents need to be aware of these universal skills and when to teach them so their children have the opportunity to get hands-on practice and build their experience, along with their knowledge, as they mature and take on more responsibility. It's just like a sport; everyone needs practice to master a skill, it doesn't happen with one or two conversations."
The audio program comes with a workbook that illustrates all the money milestones children need to achieve to prepare for a financially independent adulthood, something that is a challenge for millions of young adults right now. The good news is the key lessons are all made up of basic skills that families can practice during everyday life; there is no need for parents to worry about being math geniuses or investment experts. "We as parents have needed a clear roadmap to teach these essential skills to our kids for a long time now and this program was created to give busy moms and dads the specific information they need in a simple to use framework."
The audio program will be available worldwide March 30th in both physical and downloadable formats at www.zelawelakids.com.
Ms. Nancy Phillips, M.B.A
DollarSmartKids Enterprises Inc.