Do I Look Like an ATM?: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Financially Responsible African American Children
by Sabrina Lamb
Publication Date: Mar 01, 2013
List Price: $14.95
Format: Paperback, 224 pages
Imprint: Chicago Review Press
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Parent Company: Chicago Review Press
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Youth financial education is an urgent issue, and author Sabrina Lamb believes that African American parents first must reeducate themselves about finances to make sure the next generation does not fall into the spending trap that can be a family legacy. The lack of a healthy financial education has generational impact, causing families to be financially vulnerable, squander financial resources, and fail at wealth accumulation. With step-by-step advice and exercises for parents and young people, Do I Look Like an ATM? sets out to establish new financial behavior so children will avoid the personal economic problems that have plagued the culture. The book guides parents through self-examination of their financial habits. By performing the exercises in this book and having candid discussions, parents can, together with their children, become engaged citizens in the world of money. With new financial traditions and a better understanding money and its meaning, the next generation will realize the true power of wealth and use their money wisely. Sabrina Lamb is the founder and chief executive officer of the WorldofMoney.org, a leading provider of financial education of underserved youth in the New York City Tri-State area. Lamb has written for Ebony, Essence, Heart and Soul, and Black Elegance. She lives in New York.
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