Introducing a Brand New BizKids.com

143. In addition to being Mister Roger’s favorite number, 143 represents the number of countries from which aspiring young entrepreneurs visited BizKids.com in the last three months. Teen tycoons have visited from Syria, Palestine, and Slovakia, among others. As classrooms … read more

Yes, It Pays to be Thankful

In a year when every other tradition seems to be thrown out the window, this week brings a tradition that can’t be canceled — and shouldn’t be missed. For many families, the traditional turkey dinner isn’t in the cards. The … read more

The 2020 Biz Kid Holiday Gift Guide

If you blinked, you may have missed it. The whole year, that is. Yes, Black Friday is almost here. Holiday shopping season is upon us, and while the lines and crowds are certain to be anything but typical, one thing … read more

Raising Kids on the New American Dream

The eye-catching headline read, “Young Entrepreneurs are Redefining the American Dream.” The article, posted to Entrepreneur.com earlier this week, discusses a fascinating shift in values among the young mavens creating the future.  But first, a reminder of the American Dream … read more

Talking to Your Kids about Money Problems

This week, it was reported than 6 million Americans missed their rent or mortgage payments in September. That news gave us pause, and reason to elevate this previous post once again. As unemployment continues to linger, families are facing similar … read more

Financial Facts that are Downright Scary

Welcome to the season of goblins, ghouls, and skeletons. This is the month we go out of our way to experience fright in all of its forms. And so in true October fashion, today we confront one of the scariest … read more

When all else fails, imagine.

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Albert Einstein For centuries, the imagination has been the forerunner of every aspect of society. Long before cranes construct a tower, pages are covered with storylines, or 3D printers whirl with invention, an … read more

Let’s get back to (financial) basics.

95 million Instagram posts. 500 million Tweets. 1 billion Facebook links. 14,000 new websites. Such is a single day of life in 2020. Information overload is an understatement. Thousands of times per second, new thoughts are published, ideas are broadcast, … read more

Your Kid’s Dream Job Has a 78% Bankruptcy Rate

Like everything else in 2020, this year’s football season is off to an unusual start. From a positive case at a Chief’s game to plexiglass dividers separating fans from hotdog vendors, the season has opened in a drastically different fashion than before.  … read more

The COVID Effect: Starting a Biz in 2020

Trends are nothing new. Some fads last for months, some for seasons, and some for generations. But if anything will be said of 2020, it’s that coronavirus came to define every aspect of our lives. The entrepreneurial world is no … read more

Guest Post: Biz Kid Harrison Brooks of ElevatorUp

Hi Biz Kids. I’m Harrison Brooks the 17-year-old founder & CEO (Chief Elevator Officer) of ElevatorUp: a brand-new card game that’ll keep you smiling through Ups, Downs, and even getting Stuck! For as far back as I can remember, I … read more

Financial independence is a royal fantasy no more.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made their unprecedented move official: they’ve relinquished their royal backing, and paid back a $3 million loan from the Sovereign Fund that was used to refurbish their home, Frogmore Cottage. With that, the couple is … read more