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Teaching Kids Finances
Teaching kids about personal finances gives them a head start, and we don't just mean piggy banks! Help kids master strategies in investing, saving, and even credit.
Banzai Junior & Teen provides real-life scenarios that show users how to make wise decisions when faced with financial dilemmas in a safe environment.
Designed for kids aged 8 to 12, Banzai Junior uses the storyline of a summer lemonade stand and the goal of a new bike—or hoverboard for the financially daring—to teach concepts like interest and fees, envelope budgeting, and discretionary income. This course also weaves in activities like quizzes and counting currency.
Designed for kids aged 13 to 18, Banzai Teen covers important financial topics like credit cards, auto loans, envelope budgeting, checking accounts, and more. Plus, it's fun and silly, engaging users with a rich storyline and entertaining scenarios..
Teaching Children About Money
Whether to your own children, grandchildren, and nieces and nephews or the child of a close friend, one of the most important things you can teach is how to manage money and invest for the future.
The 50/30/20 Rule
The 50/30/20 rule is a simple, practical rule of thumb for individuals who want a budget that is easy, yet effective, to implement. It offers guidelines for enjoying your income while putting savings on autopilot.
Opening Your First Account
Opening an account at a bank or credit union is the first step toward owning your personal finances. Best of all? It’s super easy.
Interactive Coach Sessions
How It Works: To begin a coach session, click "Start Here" below for the one you would like to do.A feed will appear; follow along and answer questions as you’re prompted.
Are You Cyber Safe? For Teens
Navigate through fun dilemmas and wacky scenarios to try and spot red flags and avoid negative consequences. Some things online are obviously unsafe and some decisions are clearly unwise, but others? Well...they can be tricky. Test your cyber security expertise.
The 50/30/20 Rule for Teens
No matter how much money you have or where you get it—your job, allowance, or birthday money—you need to manage it well to make the most of it. Learn about the 50/30/20 rule for splitting funds into needs, wants, and savings, and discover exactly how it applies to your money.
The Cost of College
Planning for college means anticipating big changes to your budget. This Coach session will walk you through the biggest expenses you’ll need to pay and help you create a list of expenses for one year.