Education is a life-long process — just ask any parent! And for those with kids in school, it’s not uncommon to find that you can learn alongside your child as they work through their homework and assignments over the years. That can be helpful, especially if they’re learning about money or taking a financial literacy… Continue reading Teachers: Here’s Some Homework to Give to Students’ Parents
Learning to drive an actual car is an awful lot like learning to manage your money. Let’s compare!
You might assume everyone owns a bank account. But according to a 2021 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) survey, 4.5% of American households (5.9 million homes) are unbanked. This represents the lowest unbanked population since the FDIC began these surveys in 2009. Per the research, some of the newly banked households opened accounts to receive… Continue reading What Does “Unbanked” Mean?
Teachers can use all the help they can get when teaching kids about money, and these games can provide it.
Students: Pell Grant recipients received a $500 increase for the 2023 school year. Here’s everything you need to know.
Interest rates are changing all the time. If you’re looking for a loan or a new bank account, you’ll want to know how to find the most up-to-date interest rate information possible. Here’s how.
Teaching financial literacy? It can be hard to know where to start, but here are some key topics to touch on.
High inflation last year means that you may be earning less than you did before — even if you got a raise!
Buy-now-pay-later programs sound like a great deal, but consumers should know that they can lead to a debt trap.
Every new year, people set a lot of goals for themselves, and end up failing. How about making a more manageable goal — one that can be accomplished in one year?