Flocabulary, a company that makes educational hip-hop songs and videos for grades K-12, will use the same medium to teach kids about personal finance.
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When traveling down the long road toward financial freedom, it can sometimes be hard to keep your eyes looking forward toward your financial goals. With all the pleasures and distractions in life, those big financial goals can fade into the mist while …
If overdraft fees and ATM charges have become a routine part of your financial life or the place where you keep your cash just isn't meeting your needs for other reasons, it might be time to look elsewhere. Take a step back and identify where thing…
You punch some numbers into a retirement calculator, and the results are so frightening you want to run away: It says you should have $500,000 saved by now. Or $1 million. Or is that $2 million for a couple? Or maybe it's eight times your salary.
Mis-selling Investments: FCA Bans and Fines Paul Reynolds for 'Reckless and Deliberate' Recommendations
The Financial Conduct Authority has banned former financier Paul Reynolds from the industry and has fined him £290,344 for recklessly recommending high-risk investment products to eight retail clients, when he knew that he could not justify their suit…
The Internet bestowed many gifts upon humanity: instant communication, the ability to stay in touch with friends and family, access to details when news breaks, cat videos. But one of the best gifts in recent years has been the online-only bank.
In our busy and hectic world, finding a way to relax is essential. Picking a hobby you enjoy and engaging in it regularly is a great way to wind down from a tough week.
The events of the past few years — from the housing market collapse and resulting Great Recession, to the painstaking economic recovery — have made it clear that we know far too little about how to responsibly manage our money.
UK consumer confidence has slipped from a nine month high as Britons became more concerned over the state of their personal finances and the economy overall.
Official data shows personal finance loans have fallen 1.3 per cent per cent in July and housing finance for owner occupiers was flat.