Making Cents with Jeremy and Claire
NBC’s EVP – Chief Financial Officer Jeremy Egnash has been with the bank since he was in high school. He’s got a daughter of his own in high school now, and they sat down to talk about all things money, including when to open an account for kids, and the way to properly manage that account, including how to write a check and deposit funds.
Budget Breakdown for Ages 15-17
By now your kids are testing the limits of their growing freedoms. They might be driving. They might be managing a custodial bank account of their own. And they might be tempted to spend beyond their means. Now’s the time to break down budgets and help them create one of their own.
Monthly Budget Planner
As your teenagers begin to manage their own income and expenses, it’s vital that they understand basic budgeting concepts. This free planner will help them put their best financial foot forward.
Financial literacy is a crucial component of being a successful adult. So why not start learning the ropes when you’re a kid? In our Making Cents video series, members of the National Bank of Commerce’s leadership team check in with their kids to test their own efforts at raising wise money minds. In this fun, fast, and informational videos, you’ll hear what kids aged 8-21 have to say about the following four questions:
- What is money?
- Why is money important?
- What do your parents spend money on?
- If you were given $100, what would you do with it?
Maybe these videos will spark inspiration to get you talking with your kids about how to manage money because it’s never too early!