Category Archives: For Kids

Finance for Kids

By Robert Boroff  |    July 13, 2011 It’s never too soon to start teaching your children about finances. It can be hard to talk to your kids about money, you may have to admit your own mistake, and will have to inject a bit of reality into their perspective on life. But as personal finance continues to get… Read More »

Teaching Kids About Finance

By Dave Ouellette  |   Submitted On February 19, 2009 One of the easiest rules of thumb in “teaching personal finance for kids” is to give them a quick lesson in the “value of money” and compound interest using the “Rule of 72”. The “Rule of 72” is a basic and simple way of explaining compound interest to your… Read More »

The Advantages of an Online Economics Degree

By David Cassell  |   September 30, 2010 If you are interested in the way people choose to use certain resources in order to produce various goods as well as services, then the best program to take is an online economics degree. The work of an economist varies depending on the sector he is working on. Generally, they are… Read More »