Not sure how to teach your kids about financial responsibility? Ever wonder how the professionals do it?
The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants has put together a step-by-step approach to teaching your kids, based on age groups, about financial responsibility.
This book covers a bevy of issues meant especially for busy Hong Kong parents, from the theoretical -- practising what you preach, instilling the right attitude, and working with your spouse as a team -- to the practical, such as using an allowance to teach budgeting, how to deal with lai see, and what type of piggy bank to use!
The family at the center of Willow Trees Don’t Weep is almost Tolstoyan in its unhappiness: not just unhappy, but unhappy in its own, particular way. Najwa lives in Amman. It is hard to... [ Read full review ]