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Personal Finance Game Night for Teens!

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Every month, teens get a chance to learn how to
save $1,ooo in 6 months, while facing
real-life scenarios and
having fun!

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5 Secrets About Money

I Wish I Knew as a Teen

What are teens saying about it?

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Jorge, 16

"It's so fun, I love making choices as if this were real life. it will definitely help me make better choices in life."

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Ema, 16

"I loved the little information tips that you get throughout the game. For example, the explanation of what is a dividend."

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Oleksandr, 17

"I liked its ability to experience real life financial challenges without, say, going bankrupt yourself. It serves as warning to use spreadsheets and calculate expenses."


We will be playing a game I designed called "Can You Save $1,000 in 6 Months?".


In this game, you will create your ideal future: you will choose the career you want, the car you want to drive, the house you want to live in, and even the streaming subscriptions you want to have. Then... LIFE will happen! 😁


You will face real-life scenarios where you will have to make financial decisions (some minor, some VERY important). And at the end of 6 months, we'll see if you were able to save $1,000! 💸

Throughout the game, you will learn how to use a checking account, a savings account, and a credit card. You will even learn about investing!  🤗

The whole point of the game is to get you ready for the real-life personal finance world, so if you don't know the first thing about saving (or anything I just mentioned for that matter) 👀 , then you should definitely sign up! 😅

I hope to see you there! And if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out! 🤙

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