This article shares practical tips to help teenagers learn (and help their parents/guardians teach them) budgeting and saving.
Generation Z is leading the future of banking and showing that financial literacy is the first step towards a life of financial well-being.
We love our teens and look forward to helping them grow up and become financially independent adults. Therefore, one of the most important things you can do as a parent or mentor to help them meet those goals is encouraging them to learn valuable lessons
Research has repeatedly shown that people who learn about financial literacy as teenagers are more likely to achieve financial freedom leading up to, and after retirement.
This group of teenagers, while bored and unable to attend school last year due to the pandemic-induced lockdown, started exploring the world of investments.
“…we should also go on to think of what to do now to ensure we have what it takes to meet those needs in the future. Let us call this our very own “Replacement Theory”: how well will your financial status replace the financial resources