Financial Literacy

Financial literacy, or lack thereof, is a global problem. Parents want their kids to be financially literate, but many of us are not sure how to teach them. At Jassby, we think it's important for kids to "learn by doing" and through real-life experiences. From budgeting to banking, the upcoming generations must prepare for the future with the proper financial knowledge. Jassby provides the tools families need for their kids to go through a "money metamorphosis," a journey to becoming a more financially responsible adult.

Financial Literacy – Easy to learn, harder to teach.

Financial literacy is an issue in the U.S.

78 percent strongly agree

Students were asked:

Did they try to figure out how much their monthly student loan payments would be?

54 percent said no
Source: 2018 InvestmentNews survey of financial advisers

U.S. ranks only slightly higher than Botswana in adult financial literacy.

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How Jassby will make a difference!

Financial literacy is learned through individual experiences and everyday interactions.

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Jassby Budgets

Promotes planning & budgeting through actual real-life implementation.

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Bank & School Partners

Jassby works within the community to promote financial literacy.

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Jassby Investing

Kids can begin investing at a young age, and learn how the stock market works.

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Family Pool

Kids can pool together their savings and to make purchases.

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Family Loans

Giving your kids hands-on experience with loans, repayment plans, and interest rates.