Help build a financially free future for all! Kiddie Kredit is a mobile app designed to educate children on the credit system by completing chores. In our new weekly podcast, Kiddie Kredit's Director of Community aka Chief Mom, Anika Jackson, will interview parents, tech CEOs, financial experts, kid entrepreneurs and others to talk about wealth equity, financial literacy, our own credit stories, and much more. Join us to learn tips, tricks and trends to help children learn about the value of credit and money from an early age, including our own credit journeys!
Meet Daniel Blue, Founder of Quest Education
Daniel Blue went from having a daughter at 19 years old and being addicted to Oxycontin as a college drop out, to owning a 7 figure business. People can learn how to make money tax free, pay off debt, get capital to grow their business and have more control over their 401k's and IRA's.
Meet Lance Belline: Thrive Financially with Tax Reduction Strategies
Throughout much of his career as a CFP, Lance did what most financial advisors do: develop financial plans, help clients stay on track, and make sure clients are adequately insured. However, after fifteen years, he decided to break the mold: instead of just helping people reach their financial goals, he wanted to help them truly thrive. How does he do that? By reducing or eliminating the amount of wealth you pay to the IRS and keeping more money in your pockets for the future.
Meet Al Jones, From Rock Bottom Credit to 850
Al Jones had to hit rock bottom before he recognized the financial hole he had dug for himself. He had weakened his financial foundation with a series of poor decisions, and a criminal case of identity theft had struck the finishing blow. It would take a lot of work to repair his credit. Luckily, Jones was up for the challenge! He started educating himself about credit repair and eventually raised his FICO® Score 8 credit rating to 850. He now wants to share his insightful journey with you.
Meet Ann-Marie Anderson and Sabrina Williams, Using Life Insurance to Propel Your Financial Future
Ann-Marie Anderson was born in St.Vincent & the Grenadines and moved to the United States at the age of 8. Oldest of 6 children, she was a sister mom to her siblings while her mom finished her degree. An athlete and scholar in high school, she went on to study Business Administration and Accounting. She has worked in that field for over 20 years. She’s a mom of 3 children, 2 daughters and a son. Her desire is to empower women to live life on their terms without regret and shame. She hopes to one develop an organization that will help train and equip women to realize their full potential.
Sabrina Williams was born and raised in Southern California. As a single parent she learned at an early age how to stretch her money while earning a Master's Degree in Public Administration and purchasing a home before the age of 30.
As a result of her life experiences, she was lead to further her knowledge of financial planning by obtaining her life insurance license. With over 15 years of experience working with children she's taken the knowledge she's gained and wrote "A Dollar a Day Makes a Millionaire Some Day" that teaches children how to plan for their financial future.
Meet Sammie Ellard-King, Founder - Up the Gains
As an entrepreneur, Sammie Ellard-King quickly learned that skills he used every day in his business were not available via school curricula. He then made it his mission to provide financial literacy education in the UK and provide lessons and resources on investing, saving, financial freedom, and financially favorable side hustles.
Meet Brighton Gbarazia, Founder and CEO of Wealth Marathon
Brighton Gbarazia is a financial and real estate expert with over a decade of experience working for some of Canada’s largest banks and credit unions as a financial advisor and mortgage underwriter. As the CEO of Wealth Marathon, Brighton provides sound and straightforward financial advice to young professionals and families in Canada to help them create the kind of wealth and financial success that can only come with long-term planning and proper execution.
Along with his experience in the banking industry, Brighton holds a bachelor of business administration from Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
Born in Nigeria, Brighton currently resides in British Columbia. When he isn’t talking about money, you’re likely to find him planning his next international trip or running in the nearest half-marathon.
Call me bias since I work at Kiddie Kredit but this podcast is truly informative and Anika is an awesome host!! Looking forward to more episodes.
Really fun podcast
Definitely worth giving a listen! Excited to hear more
This is such a cool show! I love what Kiddie Kredit is doing!