According to USA Today, there has been a remarkable 11% decrease in first-time unemployment insurance claims from March at almost 7 million claims to the first week of July at more than 1 million. This goes to show that, amid the pandemic’s detrimental effects on the individual and the economy, . . .
Children aren’t as ignorant about finance-related matters as most parents think! According to a University of Cambridge research, children as young as seven years old can understand the basic concepts of money. Their understanding may be limited to buying their favorite food, toy, or gadget by asking their parents for . . .
Your children’s first bank account is more than a place to collect change or watch an allowance grow through accruing interest. It’s an opportunity to learn valuable life lessons. When you give your children the gift of financial literacy – whether they’re six months, 11 years, or 16 years old – . . .