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Looking for a way to teach your kids about money without boring them? Paul from Cash Crunch Games shares how he gamified finances without dumbing it down!
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FinTech, Teens, and Money
We’re wrapping up our special FINCON week. It’s been a fantastic in San Diego – so many wonderful sites and companies that are working hard to help couples, families, everyone to master their money.
To celebrate, I’v taken a break from the usual schedule and I have interviews with some of the biggest and best names in personal finance.
Today I want to share my last chat.
Paul Vasey is the founder of Cash Crunch Games. He’s created a way to teach finances to teens through a game. When I found out, I decided to give it a go.
Loved it and his mission to help kids get a foundation with finances and feel comfortable with money. An added bonus? It’s a free game.
If you are a parent, teacher, or maybe looking for kid friendly gifts, please listen. I think you’ll enjoy this!
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