Protect Your Data When Using Money Apps

Privacy and security are a concern no matter what you’re doing on your phone. However, they become even more of a concern when you’re using a money app. By giving these apps access to highly sensitive financial info, such as bank passwords, personal data, and banking transactions, you become vulnerable to higher security risks.  […]

7 Lessons to Teach Your Kids for Financial Literacy Month

      According to the Council for Economic Education, only a third of U.S. states require high school students to take a personal finance class in order to graduate. And one in five 15-year-olds in the U.S. lacked basic financial literacy in 2017, according to the Program for International Student Assessment, a global exam[…]

Coping With Financial Stress in Your Life

Financial stress is a widespread experience. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), 72 percent of Americans are stressed about money at least occasionally and 22 percent feel extremely stressed about their finances. This is pretty significant because financial stress is linked to health problems like depression and sleep problems. With the rising cost of[…]

Beyond the Piggy Bank: Four Lessons to Help Teach Kids about Money

Ask your five-year old where money comes from, and the answer you’ll probably get is “From a machine!” Even though children don’t always understand where money really comes from, they realize at a young age that they can use it to buy the things they want. So as soon as your child becomes interested in[…]