Money School’s Family Education
Want to raise financially savvy kids?
As parents, we want the best for our kids. This includes wanting them to have enough money to take advantage of the opportunities that come their way.
If you’d like your child to receive a comprehensive, independent (read: unbiased) financial education so that they can achieve financial independence early in life, then you’re ready to join Money School…
And yes, even if you don’t feel confident with money, you’re ready. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
The thought of financially independent children is exciting…
You would love for your children to be competent money managers.
You want them to learn how to save, invest, and how to avoid bad debt.
You want to them to feel confident with money, and to use it wisely.
(You also want them to grow to be financially independent adults so you don’t have to support them yourself!)
The thought of helping them get started on the right financial foot in life, avoiding all those mistakes and lessons you had to learn the hard way, is deeply satisfying.
…but you’re not sure how to teach them…
You don’t feel as though you’re good with money,
You don’t know how to explain the skills needed,
You just don’t know if you’ve got the time to do it.
Good news: We’re here to help you.
Who are we?
We’re the mother-daughter team that founded Money School.
Fran White (a.k.a. Mum, Nanna Fran) is an accountant who went from being a single parent earning $30,000 a year to self-funded retiree over a couple of decades.
Fran came late to investing, buying her first shares at 49 years old. She discovered a passion for wealth management and kindled that in her children, who she taught about money in their teens.
Lacey is Fran’s eldest daughter. Thanks to Fran’s guidance, Lacey saved heavily throughout high school and university, which enabled her to buy her first property at 19 years old while in her second year of her chemical engineering degree.
Lacey continued investing in assets that now generate a passive income so today she can choose when, how and where she works – a wonderful advantage while her children are young.
We know what it’s like not to have money..
When Fran became a single parent in her early 40’s, responsible for housing and raising two girls on a $30,000 salary, she had to become a diligent manager of money. She didn’t really have a choice!
We remember what it’s like to be cautious about every dollar, though we never felt we ‘went without’.
Fran especially remembers how tough it was to have only enough to live on, and nothing available for saving. She bode her time until there WAS some extra money, which happened in her late 40’s. At that point, she began her investing career.
As Fran learned, so she taught her daughters. Lacey especially took a keen interest, and so began investing in her teens. (Watch Lacey’s TEDx video to see how well it’s panned out – you’ll see why we’re so keen for other kids to learn this stuff!)
Our experience of ‘parent teaching child’ was the only choice available at the time. As we’ve both learned more about money and how to educate others about it, we’ve realised it’s an extraordinarily effective way to teach essential financial skills that have not been part of the school curriculum.
Introducing Money School
We help parents raise financially savvy kids.
Our curriculum follows a simple process:
- Parents watch our videos to learn essential financial skills.
- Parents apply those skills to their own situation, building their own financial plan as they go.
- Parents then watch our videos on how to teach their child each of the skills.
- Parent and child discuss the skill and complete an activity to help the child apply it.
- Child completes the ‘Money and Me’ workbook.
There are three modules in the course designed to give you and your child the skills required to become financially independent.
What do Money School members get?
Our members get access to our outstanding online financial education program for families. The Achieving Financial Independence (AFI) course contains the lessons for adults, and the Raising Financially Savvy Kids (RSFK) course contains the lessons on how to pass money skills onto your kids.
Our training will guide you through the skills you and your child will need, and our online community will support you along the way.
Imagine what it would mean for you and your family if:
- your children received a comprehensive financial education?
- you were able to give them that education?
- you were able to deliberately shape your child’s attitude towards money?
No need to imagine – this can be your reality.
Inside Money School you’ll get the three things you need to make this happen:
1. Exceptional training
Our courses cover all the essential skills you and your family will need to become financially independent.
You’ll get access to videos and activities to complete in our exclusive, members-only website.
All course materials are available to you 24/7, so you can follow along at your own pace.
Our training videos are fun and to the point – there’s no fluffing around so you don’t waste time. We make the process of financial education simple, sticking to three rules of financial independence:
– Buy assets, and
– Avoid bad debt.
2. Inclusive community
Our online community is where the magic will happen.
It’s where parents come together to help each other succeed. It’s a place to ask questions, to find answers, to celebrate your wins, and to encourage each other. The Money School team will be active in the community, answering questions and providing guidance – and so will your fellow Money School families.
It’s like getting access to the experts and the ‘hive mind’ all in one!
3. Outstanding support
Our mission is to help YOU succeed.
If you’ve got questions, we’ll be there to provide answers – and if we don’t know, we’ll find someone who does.
We run live Q&A sessions, answer questions you post, whatever it takes to help you succeed.
“No BS course that gives you the information and methods you need to apply to get back on track and have a realistic and actually even optimistic view of your finances.
A course like this should be universally mandatory!”
“How much time will this take? I’m kinda busy…”
We get it – you’re flat out. You’re juggling work and family and there’s rarely a spare minute in the day.
Our aim is to make you feel time rich, not time poor. We’ve designed Money School accordingly.
It will take around an hour a week over three months to complete the course materials thoroughly, and you’ll have access for 12 months so you’ve got plenty of time.
You can do that at whatever time suits you – with 24/7 access, it’s your choice.
If you miss a week or two – while you’re on holidays or if the kids are sick – no biggie. Just pick up where you left off when you get back.
“Can I afford it?”
We’ve priced the course well below the market value, which independent curriculum developers tell us would be the $1,500 to $2,000 range, because we wanted to make this program accessible for as many families as possible.
The value we deliver far exceeds the course cost, but we didn’t want anyone to miss out because those who can’t afford our education may be those who most need it.
So you’ll pay just $417 (including transaction fees and taxes) for 12 months access to the course.
We hope you’ll agree that this deal is a no-brainer.
“Do I have to decide right now?”
No, you don’t. But:
The sooner you start, the sooner you’ll get there.
Financial independence isn’t a yes/no thing. It’s a how-long-is-a-piece-of-string thing. The single greatest advantage you have is time. The sooner you start, the sooner you’ll be able to harness what Einstein called the most powerful force in the universe: compounding!
Every day that passes either moves you closer to that point where you choose if, when, where, how and with whom you work… or it doesn’t. And those kids of yours aren’t getting any younger.
See you inside!
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