How can we take the taboo out of talking about money? Join us on The FitMoney Podcast for conversations on building healthy financial futures for everyone, everywhere.
Learning about money today looks a lot different than it once did. Where we were once counting coins, now, financial education includes payment apps and new retail services like Buy Now Pay Later. With the financial landscape evolving so quickly, alongside developing economic concerns, it's critical that we're empowering young students with the resiliency to navigate their own financial future.
Social media is quickly becoming a resource for financial conversation. How can we trust sources of news that aren't originally news sources? This week on The FitMoney Podcast we are discussing the digital and social reality that now surrounds money. What does a financial career look like? How can we simplify more complicated financial concepts to seem less daunting? Can we really create a community around financial education? We're answering all these questions.
This week, FitMoney Executive Director Jessica Pelletier chats with Taylor Sohns on his financial literacy journey from school, to Wall Street, and co-founding his own company, Life Goal Investments, to provide investments services and opportunities for everyone. Together, they discuss how financial education looks today in a digital world, how we can find trustworthy financial resources, and what young adults and students should know as they embark on a journey of their own.
Stay tuned to hear from authors, teachers, creators, entrepreneurs, and much more. And, as always, for more financial literacy resources, tools, guides, games, and everything in-between, visit fitmoney.org.
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