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Local Author J. J. Wenrich is launching a new book to help educate youth and adults on the basics of saving and investing money. His book, Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks: Stories and Lessons for Grown-ups, is available now on Amazon for pre-sale before its official release on May 28.

Wenrich attests that a lack of basic financial knowledge and poor habits start in the home and resonate outward in communities and the economy as a whole. Humorous and easy to follow, his book seeks to educate people in a way that can be passed to younger generations for years to come.

Wenrich is a certified financial planner and financial coach who lives in San Clemente. He is also a 20-year investment veteran and dad with a heart for education and financial literacy.

The author said, “Addressing the need for improved financial literacy in our country is where the heart of this book beats.” Wenrich will host a book signing from 2-4 p.m, on Saturday, June 8 at Beach Town Books in San Clemente, 99 Avenida Serra and El Camino Real.

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