Struggling to find last-minute holiday gifts that won't be delayed by supply chain issues? One simple way to help children or relatives start investing is to gift them stocks or other financial assets. "If you're looking at it as a Christmas gift or a holiday gift for a young person, I think purchasing stock is a great way to introduce them to investing," said Judson Meinhart, a certified financial planner and manager of financial planning at Parsec Financial in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. More from Invest in You: Half of Americans with retirement accounts have taken an early withdrawal 9 money moves to make before becoming your own boss How to score a charitable giving write-off if you don't itemize deductions "It can be something that they have an interest in, or potentially a long-term growth company they can follow along as they grow," . . . read the full article here.