Everybody stresses about saving for college And it s no wonder That estimated tuition number can be scary But don t worry Whether you, a friend or a relative needs some guidance, this illustrated book is a lighthearted way to see how easy it can be to overcome your worries and get started saving Buy a copy of Everybody Freaks Out for yourself or a friend who might be in the same boat Junior Achievement USA will receive 100% of the proceeds from the sale of each book Your purchase will help students across the country develop financial literacy skills Junior Achievement is the world s largest organization dedicated to educating students about work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through hands on programs This book is brought to you by the Education Trust of Alaska and the College Savings Plans of Maryland with support from T Rowe Price....
|Title||:||Everybody Freaks Out! But It's Going to Be Okay.|
|Publisher||:||n a 1st edition 2014|
|Number of Pages||:||44 pages|
|File Size||:||782 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Everybody Freaks Out! But It's Going to Be Okay. Reviews
I'd like to see our young parents prepare for they're children's college years. This book is a great reminder that now is the time to prepare. It is a nice little gift for parents to read to their children but the message is clear - the time is now and you can do it.
this book was interesting and informative. We showed it to our adult children who have children of their own to try to inspire them to save for college.
I bought it for my son, to get the info for his son's 529.
This ‘book’ is really a clever advertisement for 529 college savings plans and is designed to nudge you towards setting up an account with T. Rowe Price. You can buy the book at Amazon.com for $5.00 – or read it online for free.
When I received this book in the mail, my 12 year old child read it and then handed it back to me and said that it was just an advertisement. Then I read it and I had to agree. It is about the 529 Savings Plan. As a parent of a senior in high school, the book did have useful information for my child and I to look at as we contemplates life after high school. The reason for the 3 stars is that I really dislike when books are put out as informative but end up being an advertisement.
This book is a trick. It's more like a long advertisement, but it is well written and drawn and does have some good information. I already have a college fund started but I did share the book with some friends who are expecting and they thought it was a clever idea. Thought I would never actually spend money on it, or really read it to my kids.
**I received a free copy of this book through a Goodreads First Reads giveaway.**
Thanks again goodreads.com for this give away book in return for a review of it.