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Pocket Money to Property

How to Create Financially Independent Kids

By Hannah McQueen | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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These and many other pressing questions are answered by Hannah McQueen with her very clear,direct, practicaladvice on how to create financially independent children. This is essential reading, whatever your financial status or however old your children are. It asks the hard questions and forces you... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
24 May 2017
Author(s)
Hannah McQueen
Publisher
Allen & Unwin
ISBN-13
9781877505836
Pages
288
Format
Paperback
Release Date
24 May 2017
Author(s)
Hannah McQueen
Publisher
Allen & Unwin
ISBN-13
9781877505836
Pages
288

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08 Jun 2017

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Hannah McQueen has established herself as a leading authority on all things in financial guidance. It is advice that is grounded and topical, easy to follow and inspirational to reach financial goals. Her previous titles are Kill Your Mortgage and Sort Your Retirement and as the titles reflect, she doesn’t shy from the big topics. In her new title, Hannah offers practical advice to raise financially independent children. Should children do chores for their pocket money? Do you talk to your children about money? Will your children be able to buy a house when they grow up? helpful given that this is a New Zealand publication so the advice enclosed is relevant. Hannah is a chartered accountant with a Masters in Tax Law and the Founding Director of EnableMe – a successful business with offices throughout New Zealand. You may also know Hannah through her commentary on television, radio, newspapers and magazines.

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