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5 Tips for Entrepreneurial Teens to Launch Their First Business

5 Tips for Entrepreneurial Teens to Launch Their First Business

If you’re an entrepreneurially minded teenager, you may have started thinking about opening your own business. Starting a business at a young age can be a wonderful learning opportunity for business and financial matters and can help you start building a strong foundation for your professional life. However, there are a few things to know in order to give your fledgling company a shot at success. Keep these five tips in mind as you draft your business plan.

Zogo Hits Its 2 Year Anniversary!

From 2019 to 2021, Zogo has surpassed so many incredible milestones – all thanks to our amazing team, wonderful partners, and of course, our dedicated users!

LinkedIn News Features Zogo

LinkedIn News Features Zogo

Zogo CEO Bolun Li spoke with PYMNTS.com CEO Karen Webster about the company’s gamified approach to financial education.

Financial Literacy in a Post-COVID World

Financial Literacy in a Post-COVID World

In a world where businesses disappear overnight and even the ability to see our families for the holidays is still up in the air — it’s time to give individuals the tools they need to navigate uncertainty in where it matters the most.

How pineapples are helping CUs attract younger members

How pineapples are helping CUs attract younger members

The coronavirus crisis is stretching into its ninth month — and the pandemic is still weighing heavy on the minds (and pocketbooks) of many Americans. Here’s how your credit union can make an impact through financial education.

What is financial dignity?

What is financial dignity?

Imagine you’re playing basketball, but all the players know the rules except you. How can you make the most of the game?

Auto Insurance

95 percent of American households own a car. That’s a lot of cars…but also a lot of car insurance....

Fraud

FraudPersonal InfoKeeping your personal information safe online and in person is extremely...

How Do I File a Claim

How do I File a Claim?Nobody really wants to be put in a situation where they have to cash in...

Why Do You Need Insurance

Why do you need insurance?Some people, particularly young people, think they’re invincible. Well,...

Basic Insurance Terms

Basic Insurance TermsLet’s get started with some essential terms that you must know to understand...

Tax Types

Types of TaxesTypes of TaxesTaxes affect pretty much everyone, everywhere. Even if you aren’t in...

Investing

Investing is the act of acquiring resources in order to generate a return. When peoplediscuss...

Applying for Credit

A credit application is a request for an extension of credit. The information on the application,...

Bank Accounts

Spending & SavingBank AccountsThere’s not much you can do without a bank account! There are...

Student Loans

A student loan is a type of loan that helps students pay for post-secondary education and the fees...

Mortgages

Mortgages are loans taken out to buy a home. They allow you to make real estate purchases without...

Employment Basics

EmploymentLooking for a Job? Here’s How to Get StartedPart 1: Getting a JobJust starting the job...

Spending III

Wealth Building Budgeting and developing smart spending habits do more than keep you financially...

Investment Protections

Investment ProtectionsInvestment fraud refers to the use of deceptive practices to trick investors...

Financial Institutions

The economy cannot run without financial institutions — companies or groups that deal with...

How to File Your Taxes

How to File Your TaxesFiling your taxes can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t need to be that...

Spending I

Why Your Spending Matters It’s easy to feel as though your financial decisions are inconsequential...

Retirement

RetirementThere are many ways to prepare for retirement. Most experts say that to maintain thesame...

Major Expenses

Spending & SavingMajor ExpensesNo matter how smart you are with your money, there will always...

Credit Card Fraud

When you have a credit or debit card, you face the risk that your card or information may be...

Accounting

Accounting sounds boring, but to actively invest in stocks, we need to be able tounderstand what a...

Spending II

Being a Responsible Spender Financial fortitude depends on your responsibility as an economic...

Beware of Advertisers

Spending & SavingBeware of Advertisers!There will be many obstacles on your financial journey;...

Government Services

Government ServicesWorking Title: A Guide to Government Assistance ProgramsLooking for government...

Tax Terminology

How to Do Your TaxesWorking Title: A Guide to Tax TerminologyDon’t know the difference between a...

Saving

Spending & SavingSavingWhile it may be difficult to start, saving is a major key to being...

Borrowing Reputation

Your credit score, which decides how much money you can borrow, is determined by your past history...

Education

EducationIs College Even Worth It?In today’s competitive job market, it can feel impossible to...

Credit vs Debit Cards

Credit is money borrowed that must be paid back within a determined time period, such as a loan....

Bills

Saving & SpendingBills, Bills, BillsThe wise philosopher group, Destiny’s Child, once asked:...

Debt

A “loan” is a sum of money that is borrowed and paid back with interest. Loans are usually taken...

Inflation

Spending & SavingInflationKey to financial literacy is a thorough understanding of the concept...

The Power of the Purse

The Power of the Purse

(Photo courtesy cnbcfm.com) Today is #BlackOutDay2020, a call to action and “day of solidarity in...

3 myths about young people and credit unions

3 myths about young people and credit unions

Since the beginning of time, older generations have been claiming that “kids these days” are somehow in worse shape than their elders ever were — don’t let your credit union fall into that same dismissive mindset.

What is a “zillennial” anyway?

What is a “zillennial” anyway?

Gen Zers and millennials are trading insults on the internet these days — this one goes out to all the twenty-somethings caught in the middle.

How are you working to innovate?

How are you working to innovate?

The key to building a lasting organization lies in not only the capability to build success now, but in the willingness to keep pace with this change and prepare for what lies ahead. Stay in touch with young people, and you’ll stay ahead.

Why does financial literacy matter?

Why does financial literacy matter?

Every time you order a coffee, every time you buy something online or go out to eat or write a check or choose a place to live, you make a financial decision.

Hoarding: Buried in Cash

Hoarding: Buried in Cash

Americans are so nervous about the state of the economy that they are stashing cash in the bank at...

Where is my money?

Where is my money?

Millions of Americans received stimulus checks from the U.S. government last week to help stave...

A Mortgage Meltdown

A Mortgage Meltdown

Much of the United States is in a standstill, and even as the weather warms up, mortgage payments...

Are you in good hands?

Are you in good hands?

Buckle up Allstate auto insurance customers! You may be getting some money back. Allstate, along...

Price-Gouging Galore

Price-Gouging Galore

While millions around the country scramble to stock up in the anxiety and confusion caused by the...