26. Teaching Financial Literacy Through Technology with Evan Leaphart

Show Notes

Your credit is important, and it is something that is going to either propel you toward or hold you back from financial independence.

So why is that so many people know next to nothing about how credit scores work?

In this episode, Malcolm Ethridge sits down with Evan Leaphart, founder of Kiddie Kredit, to discuss his journey as a founder and to talk about the importance of teaching financial literacy. Evan shares his own credit story and explains how he is using technology to teach kids about personal finance as early as possible. 

Evan discusses: 

  • His role in creating Black Men Talk Tech and how it came to fruition
  • Why he feels passionate about financial literacy 
  • How he moved himself from an idea to creating Kiddie Kredit
  • How Kiddie Kredit works to educate the entire family about credit 
  • And more

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About Our Guest:

Evan Leaphart is the founder and CEO of Kiddie Kredit and the co-founder of Black Men Talk Tech. He creates online curriculums for schools, organizations, and families to teach children about the fundamentals of finance.

Disclosures:

The information provided is for educational and informational purposes only, does not constitute investment advice, and should not be relied upon as such. It should not be considered a solicitation to buy or an offer to sell a security. The views expressed in this commentary are subject to change based on market and other conditions. This writing may contain statements that may be deemed forward‐looking statements. Please note that any such statements are not guarantees of any future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected. Any projections, market outlooks, or estimates are based upon certain assumptions and should not be construed as indicative of actual events that will occur. Be sure to consult with your tax and legal advisors before taking any action that could have tax consequences. Investments in securities and insurance products are: NOT FDIC-INSURED | NOT BANK-GUARANTEED | MAY LOSE VALUE

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