Raeshal created this blog site to help parents learn better personal finance habits, and money tips to teach their children by reading the experiences of my monthly guest bloggers and myself.

Raeshal Solomon

 

 

Raeshal Solomon went from $400,000 in debt to $40,000 in debt in 4 years. Raeshal is a mother, author, speaker, blogger, podcaster, and a financial teacher. Raeshal helps parents to understand basic money management. Raeshal writes financial literacy children books that teach lessons like earning, saving, investing, and giving. Raeshal host an online radio podcast “Raeshal Speaks,” you can tune two days a week to hear her teaching about personal finance and business. Raeshal has taught financial literacy to students all over the country and now so is focused on teaching parents techniques so they can join in the conversation.

She has written her first parent guide to teaching kids about money called The 25. She is a contributor to an adult finance book called the Smell of Poverty. She is eager to share her knowledge with parents, so they can teach their young children these easy to learn lessons. She has been a speaker at conferences like Writing With Purpose, Content Craft, and Financially Fit Empowerment Worksheet. She featured on Moneyish / Dow Jone, Atlanta Black Star, Us News Today, and many other blogs and podcast.

Who Writes

Raeshal created this blog site to help parents learn better personal finance habits, and money tips to teach their children by reading the experiences of monthly guest bloggers and herself. Raeshal hand picks all of her guest bloggers.

The guest bloggers are people who are not alway in the financial industry, BUT they have still learned an important money lesson worth sharing. Her goal is to add values to her readers living by giving them useful information that they can use in their day to day lives.

Page Rules

This blog is met to be easy to read with short informative stories. Please don’t expect this page to be perfect it won’t. You will run across a typo here or there its ok just keep reading the information is still helpful. You may read something that you like, or that might be useful to your friends and family. If so share on your social media or click the Facebook like button.