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Who are the best experts on teaching kids good money habits?

A list of highly regarded, credible experts on teaching kids the basics of personal finance.

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  1. Brian Page

    Ohio's 2011 Milken National Educator. Award-Winning Ed Game Creator. Finance, Business, AP Macro Teacher. Husband. Dad. Coach. Writer. Innovator. Dog Lover.

  2. Sharon Lechter

    New Release - Outwitting the Devil Co-auth of Three Feet From Gold and Rich Dad Poor Dad, Nat'l CPA's Fin. Lit Com. CEO -PayYourFamilyFirst.com

  3. Joline Godfrey

    Sign up for Twitter to follow Joline Godfrey (@Joline_Godfrey). CEO and Founder of Independent Means Inc. Innovator in financial education and wealth preparation.

  4. Sarah Cook

    Systems strategist for life & biz #SWS Speaker CoAuthor: The Parents' Guide to #RaisingCEOKids http://bit.ly/rYzKUe Helping parents raise #entrepreneur kids

  5. Shareeke Edmead-Nesi

    Shareeke Edmead-Nesi is the leader of the "conscious movement" for a new generation of money smarts! Her advice and training is transforming how youth and their families value their resources as consumers and producers.

  6. David Owen

    David Owen is a New Yorker staff writer and the author of over a dozen books, including Green Metropolis: Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less are the Keys to Sustainability; My Usual Game: Adventures in Golf; and The Walls Around Us.

  7. Dan Kadlec

    Journalist/author, Time/Money/CBS My blog (http://moneyland.time.com/author/dankadlec/) has a strong focus on retirement, kids and financial education.

  8. Janet Bodnar

    Editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, author of Money Smart Women and Raising Money Smart Kids, Steelers fan; www.facebook.com/JanetBodnar

  9. Carol J. Carter

    My mission is to help career seekers and students harness their gifts and talents so they can be leaders in their community, country and the world as a whole.

  10. Jean Chatzky

    Making money make sense.

  11. Lynne Finch

    Parents! Cash is old school. Give your kids the edge. Teach them to manage money they can't see or touch. Lynne Finch, author, The No-Cash Allowance, can help.

  12. Jill Suskind

    WealthQuest for Teens is an AMAZING, online video seminar that teaches teens to HAVE FUN managing their money so it works for them now and in their future!!

  13. Neale Godfrey

    In the late 1980's, Neale pioneered the topics of raising financially responsible children and kids and money in the U.S. As one of the first female executives at Chase Manhattan Bank (and then as President of the First Women's Bank and Founder of The First Children's Bank), Neale saw an incredible need for financial literacy, particularly for women and children. When Neale searched for books to teach her own children, there were none. The best advice Neale received was from her 5 year old daughter, when she suggested that Neale write her own books. Now Neale is up to 17 books and programs - with one New York Times Best Seller and serving over 1 million youth across the country.

  14. Dave Ramsey

    Remember when you were a kid and had no idea what it was like to pay bills? Parents often shelter their kids from grown-up realities about money. But in our attempts to protect them from "real world" truths, we can fail to teach them about money at all.

  15. Margaret Magnarelli

    Senior editor at Money magazine; author of Per$onal Finance

  16. Elisabeth Donati

    My goal is life is to invite people to think differently about everything and I usually do that through teaching them about money: kids, teens AND adults.

  17. Jayne Pearl

    Author, Speaker and Workshop Presenter at Kids, Wealth & Consequences: Ensuring a Responsible Financial Future for the Next Generation

  18. Mary Hunt

    Author of "Raising Financially Confident Kids," Financial expert Mary Hunt shows parents how to raise kids who have a healthy relationship with money--even if the parents themselves have made financial mistakes along the way or are struggling financially right now.

  19. Rachel Cruze (@rachelcruze)

    Author and speaker with a heart to help others become smart with money.