Thursday, 13 September 2018
Hey hey, as usual, I am back with another quick piece of juicy money literacy information for you and your little ones.
I am always super humbled to be asked to be a part of discussions around money and kids.
Rubbing shoulders with other money gurus is one of the most satisfying part of what I do.
This time around, I contributed to a Tweetchat by Experian on Twitter. Feel free to click here for more details on the questions and answers that the money gurus and I provided during the hour long tweetchat.
I would love to hear what you think in the comment section below.
Thank you so very much for taking the time to read this. Oh, here is a great article I found on how to raise financially independent daughters(I say, the article should say, how to raise financially independent boys and girls)
Until next time,
Thursday, 10 May 2018
When Myles, the Founder of this cool app contacted me about another matter and told me about the app, I couldn't help but embrace the usefulness of it.
As a Money Literacy Educator for kids, this is an app that I highly recommend for parents who have university age students.
Why not start looking into the scholarships available out there way before your child is due to start uni. If you can avoid the student loan situation, I'd say jump on this.
If you didn't know, I've been an advocate against the lack of financial knowledge available to uni students when it comes to managing money.
How can we expect our students to know what to do with such huge amounts of loan when they haven't even been taught how manage money in the first instance?
Check out the app here
Unti next time,
Monday, 23 April 2018
|Hawaiian Kids Learning About Money|