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High School and College Students need to be taught about money. Especially the lesson, “If you don’t learn to control money, money will control you.” This book teaches how a person can take advantage of the free market economy regardless of the situation they presently find themselves in. It uses the experiences of two teenage students, and their families, to describe how High School and College Students need to be taught about money. Especially the lesson, “If you don’t learn to control money, money will control you.” This book teaches how a person can take advantage of the free market economy regardless of the situation they presently find themselves in. It uses the experiences of two teenage students, and their families, to describe how to properly manage money so later in life money works for them. It can teach you the same lessons. The saying, “Money can’t buy you happiness,” may or may not be true; however, not having money when you need it is pure misery. The book follows both Katrina Harris and Paul Wilkins, the most unlikely of friends, as they participate in Mr. Rockland’s high school business class. Katrina is a beautiful girl and excellent student, but, from her outward appearance, you would have never known it. Her father, John Harris, didn’t know how to raise a daughter by himself, nor did he have the experience to help his company fend off intense competition. John’s main concern was to ensure Katrina didn’t get into trouble. In contrast, Paul was an outstanding athlete, popular, and good looking; however, he could barely read and was struggling in school. His busy parents, Mary and Brian Wilkins, worked hard, but they were terrible at managing their money. The lessons taught by Mr. Rockland, a wealthy retired businessman, are used by Katrina and Paul, and their families, to change their personal and financial lives. It’s quite possible Mr. Rockland’s lessons will change your life too.


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High School and College Students need to be taught about money. Especially the lesson, “If you don’t learn to control money, money will control you.” This book teaches how a person can take advantage of the free market economy regardless of the situation they presently find themselves in. It uses the experiences of two teenage students, and their families, to describe how High School and College Students need to be taught about money. Especially the lesson, “If you don’t learn to control money, money will control you.” This book teaches how a person can take advantage of the free market economy regardless of the situation they presently find themselves in. It uses the experiences of two teenage students, and their families, to describe how to properly manage money so later in life money works for them. It can teach you the same lessons. The saying, “Money can’t buy you happiness,” may or may not be true; however, not having money when you need it is pure misery. The book follows both Katrina Harris and Paul Wilkins, the most unlikely of friends, as they participate in Mr. Rockland’s high school business class. Katrina is a beautiful girl and excellent student, but, from her outward appearance, you would have never known it. Her father, John Harris, didn’t know how to raise a daughter by himself, nor did he have the experience to help his company fend off intense competition. John’s main concern was to ensure Katrina didn’t get into trouble. In contrast, Paul was an outstanding athlete, popular, and good looking; however, he could barely read and was struggling in school. His busy parents, Mary and Brian Wilkins, worked hard, but they were terrible at managing their money. The lessons taught by Mr. Rockland, a wealthy retired businessman, are used by Katrina and Paul, and their families, to change their personal and financial lives. It’s quite possible Mr. Rockland’s lessons will change your life too.

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