Millennials are growing up amidst difficult economic times. Author Duke Coleman knows there's no quick fix for the financial problems of this generation, but he says we can start by educating kids on the most likely long term consequences of good or bad saving and spending decisions.
He translates complex financial ideas into short, simple concepts that will motivate children and parents alike to save and invest in his new book, Money Smart Children Learn the "Economic Law of Money Saving."
The book is a brief overview of saving money and how it affects the overall economy. The point I found most interesting was the overall economic impact - it wasn't something I had thought of before. It's a very quick, concise read, which means that it's a good way to start learning about economics and saving money without spending a lot of time.