Start the important conversations about money early with this educational app. Kids will learn about money management, including saving, spending, investing and helping others through the app. Millions of children graduate high school without knowing how to manage money. With the BusyKid App, kids can complete chores in order to learn how to save, share, spend and invest their allowance.
“This app is a great way to teach children money skills and how to budget. The program teaches the importance of investing and giving to charities. These are not skills that are taught in the classrooms and will start them on a great path to budgeting responsibly.”
“I like that parents set up a direct deposit into a special account for their children through the app. They then set up the amount of the allowance and divide it among chores ($2 for emptying the dishwasher, $3 for cleaning their room etc). As each chore is completed, they check it off, and that amount goes into their account.”
“Nice that a specific amount of that allowance goes into savings, charity, investments and spending.”
“The children can chose where they want to donate the percentage of their allowance (such as to the American Red Cross), where to invest (i.e. Netflix) and how much money gets put int their spend card (a prepaid Visa).”
Suggested Retail: $Free, optional BusyKid Spend Card is $7.99/yr. For Ages: 6-16 https://www.busykid.com instagram.com/getbusykid facebook.com/BusyKid4allowance
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