Maybe the Gig Economy Isn’t Reshaping Work After All

Roughly 10 percent of American workers in 2017 were employed in some form of what the government calls “alternative work arrangements,” a broad category including Uber drivers, freelance writers and people employed through temporary-help agencies — essentially anyone whose main source of work comes outside a traditional employment relationship. Far from a boom in gig work, that represents a slight decline from 2005, when about 11 percent of workers fell into those categories.


How Teens Can Start Investing Right Now

OK, so by now you’re ready to get into the stock market too, right? That’s awesome — even with modest gains, you’ll be getting a big jump on where you’ll need to be financially when you’re an adult. By starting to invest now, you’ll be able to build an incredible large investment portfolio a lot sooner than you think.


The "Time Value of Money" -- The Most Important Money Idea That Can Change Your Life Forever

Time value of money simply says that a dollar received today is worth more than a dollar received in one day, one month, or a year, because the dollar received today can start earning interest immediately. 


How Financially Literate Are You Really? Let’s Find Out

It’s one thing to know the facts about money and investing. It’s another thing to truly understand them.


From Coding to Literacy: These Youth are Changing the Game

CNN showcases the next generation of heroes: youth who are determined to promote literacy, environmentalism, coding skills, nutrition and simply compassion.


Amazon Has Launched a New Kind of Account Specifically for Teens

Tied to a parent's account, a new kind of log-in allows teens to purchase items off Amazon.com and from Amazon services using a parent's credit card and Prime account.


Find Out Why the Federal Reserve Bank Makes it Easier or Harder to Borrow Money from Time to Time

Why the Stock Market is the Most Effective Way to Make Money Long Term


Meet The 18-Year-Old Who Has Saved Close To $100,000 On Her Own

Being a Penny-Pincher Now May Help You Later — Financial Advice From One Millennial to Another


Volunteering: The Positives of Serving Others

The Real Teens of Silicon Valley: Inside the almost-adult lives of the industry’s newest recruits

Snapchat, Now Known as "Snap", Does an Initial Public Offering (IPO) To Sell Its Stock To Investors

An Introduction to Socially Responsible Investing (Part I)

Max Ganik, founder of TopStreetPicks.com, explains how he started analyzing and investing in stocks at such a young age. 

For Young Entrepreneurs, College Debts Can Snuff Out Start-Up Hopes

As the list of startup scandals grows, it’s time to ask whether entrepreneurs are taking “fake it till you make it” too far.

How to Calm Your Nerves Before a Big Presentation