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Money 101

Money 101

Using the book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki as an additional resource, this class is designed to challenge basic ideas about wealth and money, stretch student imaginations, and lay a foundation of financial concepts to build upon in later classes.

Students are challenged to put their money to work for them and to develop their financial intelligence so that they can more easily see financial opportunities that others have missed. Vivid examples of the ‘Rat Race’ (a cycle in which increased earnings lead to increased spending) are described, as well as methods to avoid this trap. Finally, participants are encouraged to ‘work to learn,’ rather than seeing their paycheck as the ultimate goal of any job they may hold.

Besides providing a broad philosophical framework, this class tackles the basics of financial literacy. By the end of the course, students recognize the difference between an asset and a liability, and know the importance of buying assets. Graphs that are developed during class illustrate the cash flow of an asset and a liability as well as the relationship between the income statement and the balance sheet.

Lesson 1
Lesson 1 looks at our primary financial education (the lessons we learn about money at home), the power of thought and exercising the mind, and introduces students to Lesson One of the rich – “The Rich Don’t Work for Money,” they have money work for them. It also defines the cycle of the “Rat Race,” most middle and even high income Americans find themselves in.

Lesson 2
Lesson 2 explains basic accounting principles such as the relationship between the Income Statement and the Balance Sheet, assets and liabilities, the cash flow pattern of income and expenses, and the connection of money, emotions, and financial intelligence.

Lesson 3
Lesson 3 in the series teaches students about the history of taxes, the reality of the Robin Hood Mentality , and the power of incorporation. It further defines the power of knowledge, specifically in the four areas that make up one’s Financial IQ-accounting, investing, understanding markets, and knowledge of the law that governs corporations.

Lesson 4
The final class of the Money 101 series invites students to develop their potential, expand their financial intelligence, and think creatively in order to “invent” money. Lastly, it encourages students to tap into the power of giving, not just of time and wisdom, but also financially.

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