Greetings, I hope you’re doing well.
Someone asked me once, “Why are black people so broke?” Not that this is the case for everyone, but there are studies that show that the average American can’t come up with $1,000 for emergency expenses.
There are a long list of ways to end up in the midst of this struggle and my goal is not to judge. But I can give you two ways to ensure this doesn’t happen to your children:
1) Invest small amounts in stock for young children on a consistent basis, and they will have hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets by the time they reach age 30.
2) Put a solid life insurance policy in place so they will receive a cash windfall in the event of a tragedy. Too often, we leave debt and despair when we suddenly die. Leave them cash instead.
3) Give your kids the gift of financial intelligence, so they know how to hold onto money and grow it once they’ve received it.
If you do these things, your children will NOT be in the struggle. I don’t have a PhD in Finance for nothing. Things that are confusing to others have become crystal clear to me. The solutions are out there, but we have to listen and commit to modifying our behavior. Not everyone can do this, so the choice is yours to make.
For the next 48 hours only, our financial workbook bundle packs for children are available for more than 50% off the regular price. We have workbooks, flashcards and digital lectures for children of all ages. As with all products and courses from The Black Business School, your investment comes with a 30-day, 100% money-back guarantee.
You can take a look at the bundles by visiting FinancialWorkbooks.com.
-Brotherhood of Sincerity