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Geico: Simply Put / web
5:03

Breaking Down Credit Scores with an Expert and a Kid

Credit isn’t that complicated until it goes bad. Then it can cause a world of headaches. Let’s get ahead of the curve by explaining things to an 11-year-old.
Geico: Simply Put / web
6:33

Can a 7 Year Old Understand the Stock Market?

Cameron is seven years old and one day aspires to be an astronaut chef who cooks for aliens. Our host, Lilian, got him to understand the stock market. We feel confident that we can get you there too.
Geico: Simply Put / web
6:28

11-year-old Claudia Learns about Investment (and Buying Bearded Dragons)

Some people want to buy a house. Some people, like 11-year-old Claudia, want to buy dozens of reptiles. Either way, it’s important to understand investment and interest to make dreams into realities.
Geico: Simply Put / web
5:56

Here’s How to Plan for Retirement...Broken Down for a Kid

So how does one ever actually retire? Let our expert explain the financials behind retirement - to an actual kid - so that we all might actually understand.
Geico 2020 Q2 - Splitting the Bill / web
6:05

Saving $1,000 For a Backyard Upgrade

The fridge and frivolous fees are in the hot seat today.
Geico 2020 Q2 - Splitting the Bill / web
5:50

Saving $2,400 For a New, New York City Apartment

The couple that saves together, stays together.
Geico 2020 Q2 - Splitting the Bill / web
5:14

Saving $8,000 for the Big Wedding Day

They say love is expensive, but so are tabletop RPGs and home décor impulses.
Geico 2020 Q2 - Splitting the Bill / web
6:11

Saving $1,600 For a Studio Workspace

Running a business together isn’t easy, especially when you look at the books in… detail.
GYMPROV / web
3:03

Stay Fit Without Leaving Home with Bunny

Patent pending, abs imminent.
VICE News Shorts
2:36

Crypto traders talk about the future of their investments

After a volatile few months in the crypto space, we spoke to investors to see how they're handling it.
VICE News Tonight
5:23

Finland is giving citizens $660 a month for free as an experiment

2,000 unemployed people in Finland are part of an experiment where the government will give them $660/month -- for free, no strings attached.
VICE Money Shorts
8:20

Meet the man selling influence over his personal life decisions

This episode of Outliers follows Mike Merrill's communal decision-making platform, where investors can purchase stock that gives them voting power over Merrill’s choices.
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