Dave Ramsey Financial Peace Junior Giveaway CLOSED

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Oh how my kiddos need this!

Your Strong Tower is excited to host this giveaway for a Financial Peace Junior kit, sponsored by DaveRamsey.com! As a Dave Ramsey Certified Financial Counselor, I know how rough it is on families when they are overwhelmed with too much debt and not enough savings. One thing I hear over and over from people when they take the Financial Peace University class I facilitate at my church is, “I wish I had learned these lessons sooner.” Well, now is your chance to win this Financial Peace Junior kit to bless your children, nieces, nephews, or grandchildren with the gift of financial literacy! Here’s what Dave Ramsey says about this great tools for kids:

“Financial Peace Junior is designed to help you teach your kids about money. It’s packed with tools and resources and step-by-step instructions for parents. There are ideas for activities and age-appropriate chores, and all the tools you need to make learning about money a part of your daily life. The lessons of working, giving, saving, and spending are brought to life through fun stories in the activity book, and they’ll love tracking their progress on the dry erase boards! Financial Peace Junior doesn’t just give you the tools to teach your kids to win with money – it shows you how.”

Contest starts on Friday, December 14th and ends on Tuesday, December 18th. Open to US residents age 18 and up. Your Strong Tower is not responsible for prize shipment and cannot guarantee Christmas delivery. Winner must respond to email notification within 48 hours; otherwise another winner will be selected.

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  1. Can’t really think of anything I wish I had learned. I really managed money well. Perhaps investing in more than just a savings account. Maybe that sometimes it’s okay to spend money on things that will help you make more money. I had saved over $1000 by the time I was about 10.
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  2. Amy Thompson says:

    I wished I’d learned all the lessons from FPU as a kid. At the very least I wish I learned the importance of “acting my wage” and only spending what I made (or less).

  3. I wish I had understood about saving, spending and giving amounts instead of doing just one: spending.

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