The authors are famous for articulating the difference between saving, investing, owning a business, and being someone's employee. In this audio, they offer the rationale and techniques for passing these distinctions on to children. Their bias is toward being independently wealthy, and they do a marvellous job describing how to introduce young people to that way of thinking: It's all about ownership and accountability for the way one earns, borrows, spends, and invests money. Though their ideas are far from revolutionary, they're fresh and inviting in this production. A must hear for anyone wanting their children to have the habits and attitudes necessary for financial freedom. T.W. 2002 Audie Finalist ÃÂ© AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright ÃÂ© AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.