News By Tag
* Personal Finance
* Ornella Grosz
* Generation Y
* Young Adults
* Wells Fargo
* Hands on Banking
* Financial Advice
* More Tags...
Author Ornella Grosz’s Moneylicious offers financial help to teens and young adults
A book for any high school or college student, Moneylicious: A Financial Clue for Generation Y provides ample knowledge on how to avoid the pitfalls of debt and create a sound financial platform for individuals just starting out.
"This book should be required reading for all young people in high school and college,” said Sharon Lechter, Founder and CEO of Pay Your Family First, member of the first President's Advisory Council on Financial Literacy, the AICPA Financial Literacy Commission and co-author of the National Bestseller Think and Grow Rich -- Three Feet From Gold. “Armed with the knowledge that Ornella shares, the readers will be prepared to not only survive...but to thrive in the financial world they face.”
Equivalently with Wells Fargo’s Hands On Banking, Grosz is committed to assisting young adults with their financial future, by helping high school and college students understand their personal finance to ensure that life can be fun while still planning for the future.
Wells Fargo’s Hands On Banking is a free financial resource for teens and young adults to help them understand the pitfalls and rewards of money and finance. The program is designed to provide the basic foundation of finance that all students just starting out need.
Students armed with Wells Fargo’s Hand On Banking program and Grosz’s book, Moneylicious:
About the Author
Ornella Grosz is the author of Moneylicious:
For more information on Moneylicious:
About Wells Fargo Hands on Banking
Wells Fargo offers young adults multiple resources on how to manage their finances, budgets and their futures. Hands On Banking gives individuals of all ages the resources they need to make smart financial choices and better prepare for their financial futures. For more information on this free program, visit the Wells Fargo Hands On Banking at http://www.handsonbanking.com