Category: Finance & Money Infographics
Parents are usually responsible for teaching their kids about money which can overwhelming and difficult to know where to start. CompareCards put together an infographic to help parents teach their kids responsible spending habits from age three to young adult. Combining tips and fun activities for every age, this infographic will help parents teach their children important lessons about money and personal finance.
As long as the dollar is being printed, the rate of inflation will always affect the value of money negatively. In this, the value of the dollar will decrease over the years. However, a precious metal such as gold will tend to retain its value in the future. In this infographic, Augusta Precious Metals looks at why it is wise to invest in gold.
Each year businesses are faced with accounting and tax challenges. Some struggling to decide what should stay in-house and what should be outsourced. In order to share concerns, common problems and challenges, Wasp Barcode Technologies surveyed around 400 small business leaders. Findings are collected across a wide variety of industries including nonprofit, retail, banking/financial, education and more.
Because of the technology and Internet a whole new area of business was created where young people excel. Not only do they excel but some of them managed to make their fortune before they even reached the age of 30 years. Learn their stories in this infographic and inspire yourself.
What exactly is a credit score, and why is it so important? If you’ve been unlucky enough to be turned down for a mortgage, loan or a credit card limit increase, don’t panic – you’re not alone. For many people, this is the first time they learn that they even have a credit score, let alone be told that their credit rating isn’t high enough to grant them the product they’d applied for.
People are leaning on nonprofits more than ever recently because of the sluggish economy. Learn more about the struggles of nonprofits from this infographic created by Nonprofit Capacity Conference.
Wasp Barcode’s Small Business Accounting Report identifies the state of small business accounting with a specific focus on accounting challenges, staffing, and taxes. Findings are collected from nearly 400 small business owners and leaders across a variety of industries. Results from the report have been visually displayed in the following infographic.
In this era of annuities, drawdown and trivial commutation, the retirement landscape is more confusing than ever for UK pensioners. To highlight some of the realities of how your financial future could look as a pensioner, My Retirement Options have looked at some of the UK’s favourite sitcom characters, and using real cost-of-living analysis, worked out just how much they would need to generate as a retirement income in this day and age if they wanted to keep up the lifestyles we know and love them for.
More than half of the 200 million credit card holders in the U.S. carry rewards credit cards, however, roughly 1/3 of consumers lose their rewards because they don’t completely understand how rewards cards work. This fun and informative infographic will show you how to earn rewards and helps you understand the different types of rewards you can earn and how sign-up bonuses work.
As we grow older life insurance becomes more difficult to obtain. This infographic shows viewers what life insurance options are available as they hit their senior citizen years. It also shows the health factors that go into life insurance premiums.
Money can’t buy you love if you believe the legendary grout, The Beatles. But they never said anything about happiness. Check out this infographic by Medway Leisure Travel to find out what exactly money can do for you.
The sobering facts about retirement include that even though saving money is one of the most important things you can do, over 30 percent of working middle-class adults do not have enough to make it through their retirement. What that means is that 50 percent or more of those who are 50 years or older will need to work until at least age 80. In order to retire comfortably, you need to avoid fundamental financial blunders now.
Here is an infographic by USSelfstorage.com that shows some fun ways on how easy it is to give back and contribute to the community.
To draw attention to the importance of seeking professional advice to secure and maximize your retirement income, My Retirement Options has created a series of visuals combining the imagined lifestyles of some well-loved sitcom stars with real research into the cost of living in modern Britain. In the following infographic, they look at the retirement financials of Derek ‘Del Boy’ Trotter of Only Fools and Horses.