Missing Money Education

“Your children are going back to school, and they probably have some

pretty good teachers. But who’s teaching them about money?” So asks

Alan Wolan, an investor, entrepreneur, success coach, and educator,

who is the author of Moneyology 1: A Kid’s Guide to Money, the first

book in an illustrated series that’s designed to provide the

foundation children need to become financially-savvy, prosperous and

successful adults. “Oddly enough, basic financial education is not

taught in schools. Parents, grandparents, and other caretakers must

take it upon themselves to provide children with the tools to learn

sound financial habits.” Wolan is available for interviews in which

he will offer tips for introducing children to the concept of money

as the school year begins.

Author Bio:

Alan Wolan

Alan Wolan is CEO of GoMEDIA, a New York City advertising agency and

CEO of Schmetterling Properties, a New Jersey real estate management

and investment company. Alan received his MBA from New York

University in 1987 and his BA in Philosophy from the University of

Pennsylvania in 1984. He taught Marketing and Advertising at New

York’s Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Alan currently lives

with his girlfriend and 9-year-old son in New York City.

Book Information:

Moneyology 1: A Kid’s Guide to Money

By Alan A. Wolan

Moneyology Media

ISBN: 978-0-9816840-0-0

Price: $10 U.S.

See http://www.Moneyology.com to view the entire book as well as

videos of Alan discussing Moneyology

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