Help a kid in your life take the first step on their investing journey.
In Part 3 of this series, Ruth from The Happy Saver blog and podcast shares her guide to getting started with kids and money.
Published date,7 September 2023
6 min read
If you’re investing for a kid’s future over the long term, you may experience a share market dip at some point along the way.
Published date,28 April 2022
3 min read
Ruth, the personal finance writer behind The Happy Saver shares her tips for getting kids—from toddlers to teens—more engaged with investing.
Published date,6 April 2022
5 min read
Ruth, the personal finance writer behind The Happy Saver, shares her experience teaching her daughter about investing and why it’s important to invest for kids.
4 min read
Sam shares how having a Sharesies Kids Account helped him feel comfortable about investing, and why he’d like to be financially independent by the age of 30.
Published date,28 March 2022
Looking for a gift with big impact? Help a kid in your life take the first step on a life-long investing journey with a Kids Account or Sharesies Gift.
Published date,5 November 2021
Rory left the marine scientist life behind to become a stay-at-home dad. He shares what he enjoys about investing and how his strategy has changed over time.
Published date,7 September 2021
In Part 2 of this series, Ruth from The Happy Saver blog and podcast shares how to get kids more involved with money—from pocket money to investing.
Published date,8 July 2020
7 min read
In Part 1 of this series, Ruth from The Happy Saver blog and podcast shares her tips and tricks for how to talk to kids about money.
Published date,29 June 2020
We chatted with Jesse—a business owner, husband, and father from Auckland—about investing for his kids, and how he's seen investing change over the years!
Published date,26 August 2019
Ruth at The Happy Saver talks about financial literacy for kids, teaching her daughter about investing, and why people are still hesitant to talk about money.
Published date,16 August 2018
In NZ, only 9% of Kiwis under 30 own shares vs 30% of Kiwis over 60. How does investing change over a life time, and what’s stopping young Kiwis from investing?
Published date,30 July 2018