Making Kids Money Masters

Blog

Happy Financial Capability Month From Walter The Vault

April 26, 2016

April is Financial Capability Month, but what does that mean? In a proclamation, President Obama said that April is a month that can help make Americans more aware of the resources that are available to them. It is the perfect time to start educating young people about what financial literacy is and how becoming financially literate can benefit them for the rest of their lives.

Financial literacy starts at home with parents simply talking with their kids and we have compiled our very favorite Walter the Vault tips to help those lessons and conversations flow easier. READ MORE


Stock For Children

July 5, 2015

Hello Everyone,

Here at Walter the Vault we’ve discussed various topics about when and how to save money but we rarely talk about investing in stock. Children can not legally invest in stock on their own, but there’s still a lot to learn. READ MORE


Walter the vault giveaway

April 8, 2015

Hi Walter the Vault Followers!!!

April is Financial Literacy Month so we’ve decided to have our first giveaway to help our followers be more financially responsible. Starting TODAY we’ll be giving away 1 of our Allowance Charts each week to 1 of our Facebook and Twitter followers who comments on our posts or tweets the hashtag ‪#‎WTVGiveaway‬. We’ll be selecting 3 winners at random (1 winner per week) throughout the month of April. Just make sure you LIKE our Facebook page and/or Follow us on Twitter first to be qualified. READ MORE


Kiddie Tax

March 20, 2015

Hi Everyone,

Tax season is nearing a close but there are still last minute tips to learn if you haven’t filed. One big question is what to do with your child’s saved and earned income?

Hopefully your child has been saving more lately. Depending on how much, they can be affected by the “Kiddie Tax.” If your child has more than $1000 in unearned income from savings interests, the income may be taxed. The rate depends on how much unearned income the child has. READ MORE


Are savings bonds still necessary?

February 25, 2015

In the past, savings bonds used to be great gifts to help start children on their path to savings. Although the days of buying paper U.S. savings bonds are long gone, there are still ways to purchase them. READ MORE


The basics of the 529 plan

January 22, 2015

Happy New Year Everyone!

We’re a few weeks into 2015 so there’s no better time to start saving. One savings plan that comes to mind is the 529 Plan. With the growing costs of higher education, starting a 529 plan can help give you a head start when it comes to paying for your child’s college tuition and expenses. READ MORE


Budget Friendly Ideas For Kids This Holiday Season

December 3, 2014

Hello Everyone,

The holiday season is upon us, which can lead to big spending. Don’t worry, here are some tips for kids to help them earn and save money during the busy season. READ MORE


Thank You From Walter The Vault

November 18, 2014

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your support of my passion project, teaching children about money with Walter the Vault. Your words of encouragement and generosity is much appreciated. Unfortunately, we did not meet our target goal. READ MORE


Walter The Vault’s Kickstarter Campaign

October 15, 2014

Hi Readers,

Today is a huge day for Walter the Vault because it’s the launch of our Kickstarter campaign. With your contributions over the next 30 days we’ll be able to finance our first book The Pumpernickels Meet Walter the Vault. READ MORE


Financial goals for kids

September 8, 2014

Hi Everyone,

Recently Forbes published “3 Financial Goals To Focus On In Every Decade.” The article discussed goals for people 20 and over. Walter the Vault feels it’s important for children and teens to have financial goals as well. READ MORE


PreviousNext

Sign up for our mailing list!

Be the first to learn about
fun new games, coloring pages
and financial literacy charts.

© 2017 Money Masters, Inc. · Privacy · Terms

Subscribe to our mailing list

By clicking the "subscribe" button below you agree that you are 13 years of age or older.