Financial Literacy for Muslim Teens: 12 Short Stories of Empowerment is a powerful and inspiring collection of stories that will empower Muslim teens to take control of their finances and secure their financial future. Through a series of engaging and relatable stories, the book explores the importance of budgeting, investing, saving, and giving, while also highlighting the dangers of debt, gambling, and impulsive spending. Each story is filled with valuable lessons and actionable advice that will help Muslim teens navigate the financial landscape and achieve their financial goals.
In addition to the powerful stories, the book also includes review questions, practical tips, and group activities that will help Muslim teens develop the financial literacy skills they need to succeed. From learning how to create a budget and invest for the long term, to understanding the importance of seeking advice and the benefits of financial literacy, this book is packed with valuable information that will help Muslim teens make informed financial decisions.
Financial Literacy for Muslim Teens: 12 Short Stories of Empowerment is not just a book; it is a guide to financial success for Muslim teens. With its engaging style, relatable stories, and actionable advice, it is the perfect resource for any Muslim teenager looking to take control of their financial future. Whether you’re just starting to learn about personal finance or are already on your way to financial success, this book is a must-read that will empower you to achieve your financial goals.
Mansoor Limba, PhD, is a personal finance advocate, entrepreneur, and author with a passion for educating young people about the importance of personal finance. As the founder of MuslimandMoney.com and author of Muslim and Money book series, one of his passions is to help others understand the complex world of money management. He believes that financial literacy is a crucial life skill and is committed to making it accessible to everyone, especially Muslim youth and couples. His writing style is conversational, engaging, and relatable, making even the most complex financial concepts easy to understand.