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The series will have the same title, “Financial Education,” as the popular and award-winning book series The Art of Money, which also features a number of the same titles.
The Financial Education series will launch this fall with the release of the Financial Education Book 2: The Art Of Money, the latest book in the series.
The book is expected to sell for $99.99 and is expected out in October.
The other titles in the Financial Ed series include The Art (for People), The Science of Money (for Kids), The Art for the Master (for Business), The Basics of Money Management (for Professionals) and The Art and Science of Investing (for Financial Professionals).
The book series will include titles from the authors of The Art series, including the book titles “The Art of the Deal,” “The Secret,” “Secrets of the New Economy,” “Money Making,” “Investing in Our Communities,” “Trading in the Stock Market,” “In the Shadow of the Market,” and “Traders, Traders, Tradering.”
In addition to the books, the series will also feature interactive videos, including a video that looks at how to get started with financial education for seniors and children, and a video about the importance of taking time to do homework.
“We have been honored to partner with Visa to launch this innovative and engaging financial education initiative that is unique to our country,” said Michael Hahn, Visa CEO.
“Through the financial education industry, we have worked with a number who are dedicated to creating innovative products that educate the young.
We are excited to continue to bring these innovative and innovative products to life through the new Financial Education books series.”
The Financial Ed Series is being supported by the Ford Foundation, and is co-sponsored by a number companies, including Amazon.com, Microsoft, and Yahoo.com.
For more information about the series, visit www.visa.com/financeeducation.
For information on how to sign up for the Financial Edition, visit the FinancialEd.com website.