Contributing early and often can lessen the costs of schooling
Globe and Mail, Tony Martin
Although he’s only eight years old, Alexei Muzyka is already sitting on a nest egg.
No, he isn’t precocious enough to understand the benefits of investing early to enjoy the benefits of long-term compounding. But that’s not to say the Saskatoon youngster won’t come into some financial smarts before his peers do. His parents will likely offer home-schooling lessons in the subject of personal finance.