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Scott Pape's Money Movement
Foxtel

Title

Scott Pape's Money Movement

Year released

2021

Genres

Documentary

Synopsis

He's already set millions of people on the road to success and stability with his book - recently announced as the highest-selling book in Australia's history - now Scott Pape is on a new mission: to teach kids financial literacy.

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  • Season 1
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  • Scott Pape
Budgeting. Investing. Debt. Simple terms even a child can understand. Or at least that's what financial guru Scott Pape hopes to achieve with his educational money program aimed at students.

A 3-part documentary series, Scott Pape's Money Movement takes viewers behind the scenes as the "Barefoot Investor" launches a school finance program he can teach to youngsters.

That's exactly what he does, testing the program in pilot schools across Australia.

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