Welcome to the latest Financial Friday Round-Up, our weekly column filled with the best things for you to read, watch or listen to regarding finance around the web. Below you will find advice from a retail entrepreneur, an article on teaching kids about finance, and more.
Money released this article this week on how much money each generation owes in debt. Reporting from a new Experian study, the piece finds that Gen X holds more debt than the older baby boomers or the younger Millennials. Read the full piece for more insight on debt and demographics.
Forbes interviewed successful retail entrepreneur Ebony Swank on the five steps she took to build an eight-figure business. Read this for solid advice on how to play up your creativity, learn from your mistakes and manage your cash effectively.
Financial education is an important step to bringing people financial security and peace of mind, and the sooner we teach financial concepts, the more likely that information sticks. Worth wrote up a useful guide to having financial conversations as early as possible — read more for the bigger picture.
The pandemic changed saving and investing habits for most people. As the nature of the pandemic changes and more people resume their pre-lockdown lifestyles, is it possible to keep those habits with all the expenses that come with leaving the house? The answer is yes, and Kiplinger has a great guide on the subject.