"Put lots of pounds [Jack lives in Scotland] in the bank to have money for holidays, for a car, for a big castle house, for a laptop, for a football, for a caravan. If you have money you can buy a telly.This eminently sensible advice leaves me with these thoughts:
If you do not have money, you can't buy anything. You need money to get a radio.
You can't get a house if you don't have any money. If you don't have any money you will have a tough life, my mom says. You can't get a book like this popular book if you don't have any money.
If you don't have any money you would be poor. If you are poor you could ask somebody to help you in your life. A job would be a good way to earn money.
If you would like money you would have to stick in at school.
Chapter 6 if you would like money and you would like to earn money.
You would have to get a very good job. If your job was very good you would have loads and loads of hundreds of pounds. If you would like hundreds of pounds you would have to work very very very very very very hard at school."
- if a six year old knows the basic realities of money, probably most people do too - the basic problem is motivation and getting yourself to do the right thing
- keep your ears and mind open when kids are around - they can come up with good ideas too