Why financial education for kids should start at an early age?

It’s Children’s Day today! How many of us were financially literate from a young age? Let’s say, if we were financially literate as a kid, wouldn’t it help us to better prepare ourselves for the world?

However, now that we know the importance of financial knowledge, why let the new generation of kids reinvent the cycle, when they have us. Today’s podcast is to understand how we can pass down this knowledge to children in simple ways.

This podcast will help you to incorporate financial literacy into your parenting to prepare your children for their future. Share this podcast with your circle of friends who are trying their best to raise their kids into financially independent people. Tune in now – https://bit.ly/3lFs4rV

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How to become financially independent at a young age

We’re young only once! Our youth is often considered as the only time when you can lay a strong foundation for a good and stable future, so why waste it on fulfilling some wants or buying luxuries?

If you are someone who plans to become financially independent at a young age, say in your 40s or 50s, you must start preparing for it from your youth days.

To truly experience financial independence in life, it’s important to take the necessary steps towards it and act responsibly right from your first job. In this podcast, we will discuss why and how today’s youth should strategize and plan their finances in order to have a stress-free future and work towards financial independence. Tune in now – https://bit.ly/3lFs4rV

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4 things to teach your parents about our digital world

While talking about digital payments with my mother recently, it occurred to me how our parents cope with the novelty of the new digital world. Anywhere we go, from a street vendor to a supermarket, everyone accepts digital payments and we manage most of our financial processes online. At times like these, our parents are often curious about how these things work. We are born into the digital world, but they weren’t. Words like UPI and scan code are as new to them as the letters ABC were to us when we were kids.

At times like these, our parents are often curious about how these things work. We are born into the digital world, but they weren’t. Words like UPI and scan code are as new to them as the letters ABC were to us when we were kids.

Knowledge about the digital world can help empower them and they can soon start using the digital payment mode independently and efficiently. In this podcast, we will discuss why and how we should encourage and guide them with basic digital know-how especially when it comes to finance. It’s our turn to help them and make them more confident about payments in the digital world. Tune in now – https://bit.ly/3lFs4rV

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Spending on today’s needs vs saving for tomorrow’s goals

If you have to choose between saving for your future and fulfilling your current needs, which one will you go for? Well, both are a need, and hence both hold equal importance for you.

Do you find yourself in this situation quite often? If yes, this podcast will help you to make better decisions for a safe and secure present as well as future.

In this podcast, we are going to discuss how to find a way out when situations like these throw you into confusion. By the end of the podcast, you will know how to lead your financial life with more clarity and be free from worries.. Tune in now – https://bit.ly/3lFs4rV

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5 tips on how to protect your loved ones from financial trauma

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Is ‘finance’ a topic you hesitate to discuss with your spouse and your children? Probably, you don’t discuss it with your spouse because you feel you can take care of it on your own. Regarding your kids, you are afraid it might feel like a burden on them. Is it so?¬†

While you may have been keeping these discussions away from your family, It can put them in difficulty when financial emergencies come their way and they might need to face them on their own. Wondering why? 


You will find the answers to it in this podcast. Listen to it now to understand why you should involve your family in discussions about money, why you should share your financial status with them and how it will benefit you and your family. Tune in now – https://bit.ly/3lFs4rV

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