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Bring Financial Literacy to Local Communities with SYKON Capital and My First Nest Egg

Remember the first time you had to manage your finances on your own? Opening your first bank account, paying rent, buying essentials, applying for a credit card, or simply trying to save money? These experiences can be daunting, especially in today’s complex financial climate. At SYKON Capital, we believe the best way to prepare our children for these challenges is by equipping them with the right resources and guidance.

In partnership with My First Nest Egg, we are excited to introduce an innovative approach to financial education that starts early. The My First Nest Egg app is a fun and interactive tool that helps parents teach their kids essential personal finance skills. Through engaging games, children learn how to save, spend, and give money responsibly. Parents can set up allowances, create goals, and reward their children for completing chores and kind acts, making financial education a part of everyday life.

“Using the My First Nest Egg app with my own children has been a game-changer,” says Todd Stankiewicz, President and Chief Investment Officer of SYKON Capital. “The immediate impact and positive feedback I’ve received has been incredible. It is not just about learning financial concepts; it’s about fostering engagement and responsibility in a way that’s fun for kids and beneficial for parents.”

SYKON Capital, a leading wealth and investment management firm based in Harrison, NY, is proud to collaborate with My First Nest Egg, a renowned provider of financial education curriculum. Our joint mission is to bring comprehensive financial literacy programs to our local communities, empowering individuals to make informed financial decisions and secure their futures. SYKON Capital is the first Investment Advisor in the country to actively partner with My First Nest Egg on this initiative.

About SYKON Capital:

SYKON Capital specializes in behavioral-based financial planning and strategic investment management. Our mission is to guide clients toward lifelong prosperity by blending behavioral insights with tailored financial strategies. For more information, visit and follow SYKON Capital on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and X (Twitter).

About My First Nest Egg:

My First Nest Egg provides comprehensive financial education curriculum designed to empower individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to make informed financial decisions and build a secure future. For more information, visit and follow My First Nest Egg on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
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Interested in adding the My First Nest Egg curriculum to your school or organization? E-mail


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