People use money to pay for the things they want and need. But what exactly is money? Where does it come from? Are checks and credit cards money? Read this book to find the answers to these questions and learn more about money.
Taxes are collected to support federal, state, and local governments. Who decides how much tax each citizen pays? What does tax money pay for? Read this book to find the answers to these questions and to learn more about taxes and why citizens are required to pay them.
Do you have time, talent, or money that you can use to help others in need? Have you ever wondered which charities you should support or how much you can afford to give? Read this book to find out more about how your math skills can help you give back to your community.
Making healthy and nutritious food choices can be a challenge in many restaurants. Readers will learn more about how to use their math skills to estimate portion sizes and select balanced meals from restaurant menus.
What is a paycheck? Why is money deducted from a paycheck? Readers will find answers to these questions as they learn about earning money and how math skills can help them hang on to more of that hard-earned cash.
Using credit to make a purchase can be a good option under certain circumstances. This title teaches readers about the discipline necessary to use a credit card responsibly. Real world math examples help illustrate the advantages and pitfalls of using credit cards.
Is there something you want or need that you don't have the money for? This book introduces readers to financial goal-setting and how to set up a savings plan. Real world examples help readers learn the importance of math skills for money management.