Meet the 14-Year-Old Founder Of Easy Peasy Finance for Kids

He has created hundreds of free educational videos on finance for kids — and he’s only 14.

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Meet Rishi Vamdatt, the brainchild behind the financial literacy website for kids, Easy Peasy Finance. Although Rishi is only 14, he has already produced over 750 videos on investing and personal finance, reaching over 2 million people. Kiplinger’s staff writer on personal finance, Emma Patch, sat down with Rishi to find out what motivates him to educate his generation on money matters. 

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Emma Patch
Staff Writer, Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Emma Patch joined Kiplinger in 2020. She previously interned for Kiplinger's Retirement Report and before that, for a boutique investment firm in New York City. She served as editor-at-large and features editor for Middlebury College's student newspaper, The Campus. She specializes in travel, student debt and a number of other personal finance topics. Born in London, Emma grew up in Connecticut and now lives in Washington, D.C.