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As you grow older, being able to manage finances becomes more important—and more complicated. Take credit and debit cards, for example. Both cards are commonly used for transactions, but they work in very different ways.
Building credit as a teen can be challenging since most credit-building activities require you to be at least 18 years old. Thankfully, there are some steps you can take now to establish a solid credit foundation to build on.
Opening a bank account is an important step toward financial independence and responsible money management. It lets you securely store your money, learn about banking services, and develop essential financial skills.
Buying a car is a big step toward independence. It’s also a lot of responsibility (and potentially a lot of money). Even if you can’t purchase a car just yet, it’s never too early to learn the process. Here’s a simple guide to the steps involved.
Whether you’re a teen searching for your first or next job, it can be a challenge knowing where to look. Check out the following tips for jumpstarting your search.
What do buying your first car, upgrading your phone, and taking a road trip have in common? They all cost money—and sometimes a lot of it. But saving money isn’t always easy, and often the hardest part is just getting started. This is where a savings plan can come in handy.
What does financial education have to do with cooking? Well, a lot, it turns out! With this activity, created especially for kids ages 8-12, you’ll satisfy your taste buds while also sharpening your financial skills. Get ready to unleash your creativity, make thoughtful decisions, and discover the power of smart money management.
It’s a good habit to consider whether an item is a “need” or “want” before putting down your hard-earned money. But first you need to learn the difference between the two!