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Budgeting Tips For Teens With A Little Parental Support

Budgeting Tips For Teens With A Little Parental Support     

by Krishna Clemon
Price: $10.00

Book Website:  http://www.kcsproverb.com

64 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN-10: 0-578-06418-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-578-06418-5

This book is about the author and the techniques that her parents used to teach her to budget. This book will provide some basic tips for learning to budget, understanding what it means to save for a "rainy day", and learning to live within your "means" through practical examples provided in this true life story.


About The Author

Krishna Clemon is a native of the East Bay in California. She was born and raised there all of her life. She is the youngest of her seven siblings. Krishna earned her Bachelor's degree in Health Science from California State University of Hayward in 1992. Krishna wanted to go to graduate school but was initially unable to because God gave her another assignment--that of helping to take care of her mother until she passed away in 1994. After giving herself some time to heal and regain her focus Krishna felt that she was ready to return back to school in the fall of 1998, Krishna enrolled into the Graduate Certificate Program in Hospital Administration at the University of San Francisco. She enjoyed the program immensely and decided to enroll into their master's program. In 2001, Krishna graduated with her Master's in Public Administration with an emphasis in Health Care Services. In 2008, Krishna earned her Nutrition Educator's Certificate from Bauman College in Berkeley. Krishna is currently employed as a case manager for a nonprofit organization where she assists individuals who have mental and physical disabilities. Krishna volunteers her time to teach life skills to teenage girls at her church. Just as Krishna had no idea that she would write a book, she now anticiaptes her next move in life!


Reviews

It's a fun read, it's entertaining, practical, and quite informative invoking questions and causes you to think out loud. This book could be used in the sixth grade curriculum, preparing young minds to become more aware of life's pending responsibilities. Thanks for caring enough to write such a book to assist parents and teens. By the way I use the envelope system to date; this system has help prepare me for life! - The Queen of Clean Comedy! (Side 2 Side)



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