Review-Buck Academy

15 Jul

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew.

We recently received the book BUCK, FIRST BUCK ACCOUNT by Buck Academy. This embossed, paperback book was written by Dustin Goss and illustrated by Febyolla Goss.

It covers everything a student needs to know about opening a first bank account including first steps, how to choose a bank, and how to prepare the necessary documents.

This colorful, easy-to-use book, walks users through choosing the type of accounts they need, discusses in detail the differences between savings and checking accounts, what an ATM card is for, and how to use money wisely.

I was actually quite impressed with this book. It really covers everything someone would need to know to set-up an account, and is worded so clearly-making it very easy for students to understand the process and get excited about it.

I particularly liked the section in the back that shows how to compare different banks in order to choose the right one-such a great guide!

There is also a glossary of terms in the back which is very helpful.

For us, this book came at the perfect time, because my teenager has been working more lately, and was ready for her own checking account.

I had her read the book, and she got her own account about a week ago-how can she be old enough for this stuff yet? 🙂

ANYWAY, if you are looking for an easy, yet comprehensive introduction to bank accounts, this is a great place to start.

If you would like to learn more about BUCK, FIRST BUCK ACCOUNT, make sure to visit the Homeschool Review Crew blog to read more reviews!


2 Responses to “Review-Buck Academy”

  1. meganrussell383 July 15, 2022 at 12:30 PM #

    It is crazy how quickly our kids grow and how soon they need life skills and information like this!

    • rkokes July 15, 2022 at 12:41 PM #

      agreed! too fast for me! 🙂

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