Forex is largest financial world market, where almost 4 trillion dollars worth of currencies are traded every day. This infographic is an introduction to Forex currency trading that will help you to understand Forex trading better and how to do it the right way.
As kids head into their teenage years, they’re going to be getting their first taste of freedom, and that includes financial freedom. Here is a guide to teaching financial literacy to teenagers.
Insurance fraud – we know it exists, but how bad is it really? This infographic from the folks at Easy Life Cover takes a look at the types and causes of insurance fraud.
This infographic courtesy of Top Quote keeps us informed on all aspects of the insurance industry. It looks at current trends in the insurance industry and how the digital revolution will affect insurers.
Americans donate tens of billions of dollars every year to charity – but have you ever wondered which states’ residents give the most? This map from BookYourData.com will tell you which states donate the most money to charity, as well as which states give the most as a percentage of the gross income of its residents.
Online giving is on the rise. Therefore, optimizing your website’s donation landing page is fundamental in increasing your nonprofit’s online donors. Successfully boost your online donations with the 7 elements illustrated and explained in this infographic.
As your children grow, so does their understanding of finances. Even though most money habits are ingrained in us by the time we turn 7, there are still plenty of lessons that can be imparted into children after that. Here is a guide to teaching finance skills to kids from age 5-12.
Can workers really live on a minimum wage? This infographic details the states that use the federal minimum wage and what a ‘living wage’ would look like in each of these states, taking into consideration housing prices, food, and other costs of living.
It’s never too soon to start teaching your kids about finance. Here’s and infographic from Fat Wallet that explores how to teach finance skills to toddlers.
It’s the age of the smartphone and chances are you’re probably using your device to buy merchandise, make airline reservations or pay a bill. While convenient, using a mobile phone can make you susceptible to identity theft. Check out the following infographic for five easy tips on how you can help protect yourself online.