RI personal finance legislation

Some good news came out of Providence last week. Last Wednesday, Governor Dan McKee signed into law legislation (2021-H 5491, 2021-S 0349) that will require statewide standards in consumer education for public high schools. The legislation directs the Council on Elementary and Secondary Education and the Rhode Island Department of Education to develop instruction standards […]

Gamification of Finance

Gamification may be a modern buzzword in business these days, but there’s nothing new about the idea that we learn from play. “Play so that you may be serious.” – Anacharsis 6th BCE From team sports to puzzles and video games, people love games. By applying game mechanics to boring or stressful activities, they can […]

How to qualify small business loans

The line between personal and business finance is extremely blurry when it comes to small businesses and entrepreneurs. According to the Federal Reserve’s latest Small Business Credit Survey1, 14 percent of small business owners use personal loans and 86% of employer firms rely on their owners’ personal credit scores when applying for financing. Using your […]

fintech predictions coronavirus

There is little doubt rapid innovation is occurring in the financial technology space. While a paradigm shift in financial services was already well underway, the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to exacerbate that shift. My role as CEO at SuperMoney has provided me with some insight into how things are evolving in the fintech space. Below […]