EP220 Easy Peasy Finance with 12-year-old creator, Rishi Vamdatt

Rishi Vamdatt is the 12-year-old creator of Easy Peasy Finance, an award-winning resource that spreads financial literacy by breaking down complex financial concepts. Having been featured on CBS New York and many radio shows and podcasts, Rishi has touched the lives of over half a million kids, parents, and teachers, and he joins me today to discuss the importance of learning about personal finance for everyone—but especially for kids.

Listen in as he shares why he first started Easy Peasy Finance, how he has tailored his content to appeal to kids, and how he keeps up with creating content while also being a kid himself. We also talk about the many ways that learning about personal finance can benefit kids and parents alike, as well as what Rishi believes everyone should avoid when it comes to personal finance.

“Finance is a key life skill.” – Rishi Vamdatt

This Week on Young Money:

  • How Rishi first became interested in personal finance.
  • What he believes people should learn about personal finance.
  • How Easy Peasy Finance first started and how they help people.
  • The age groups that most benefit from the content.
  • Rishi’s best tips to get started optimizing your personal finances.
  • What people should avoid when it comes to personal finance.

Key takeaways:

  1. Have an emergency fund.
  2. Invest wisely.
  3. Live within your means.

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