Schools And Finance

One of the branches that do not appear in the curriculum of the schools and the great majority of the universities is basic the financial education. The great majority of young people who finish with the school is educated to make money, but they do not know to square a chequera and much less to invest the money that is going to win in their lives. Before similar emptiness in the education of its children, it is precise that the parents assume the roll to educate them in the basic handling of finances and to introduce them in the world of the money. The problem is that, many parents they have not either received an instruction adapted in this one area and they do not own the knowledge to teach to its children. Solution: It learns along with them! And what better way to do the one than playing a didactic game in which their children will learn about the financial subjects in natural form, effective entertainment and? Aside from the Monopoly, that is a classic one, I recommend the games of Kiyosaki Robert, " For Cashflow Kids" for children up to 8 years and " Cashflow 101" for children majors and adults who they want to begin in the world of the investments with the correct mentality.

Next I name 15 important lessons that my children learned playing " Cashflow 101." 1. The concept of the race of rats Our system of education has the intention to train people who are inserted successful in the labor market. For that reason the great majority of the people, independent of their level of education, is not questioned the fact that someday they are going to work at least 8 hours daily like employee or used car, changing their hours by money. They do not know that other options exist that allow to generate money and are automatically catched in the race of the rats once they begin with his labor life.