Kids and money smarts? there’s an app for that

Remember how your toddlers begged to push the vacuum, sweep, cook and even wash dishes for you? If you’re wishing your older kids were half as interested in chores, Gregg Murset may be your man.

BusyKid review: Turn everyday chores into a lesson in fiscal responsibility

BusyKid ($12 per year) is a web-based service that teaches children fiscal responsibility by encouraging them to perform household chores. For $12 per year, parents assign tasks to family members, placing a cash value on each chore and allowing children to determine how money is spent or saved.

Mobile site helps parents teach kids to manage money

Managing money can be challenging for many adults, and an even more difficult task is teaching financial literacy to their children, but a Utah-born financial planner has developed a solution that could help parents show their kids the basics of earning, saving and investing their hard-earned dollars.

7 Apps to Save Mom’s Sanity This Summer

You can handle summer vacation like the pro we all know you are with these seven apps that will save your sanity and make summer easier with the kids home from school.

Why Your Kids Should Do Weekly Chores—and Get Paid for Doing Them

What’s the key to raising well-behaved, intelligent, and motivated kids? It may as simple as a chore system and an allowance.

How to Keep Your Kids Busy and Earning Money this Summer

Since summer schedules are much tend to have more wiggle room than school year schedules, kids can help out more around the house to earn some money.

8 Easy Ways to Teach Kids About Money – A Mom’s Take

With April being Financial Literacy month, I thought that now would be the perfect time to discuss this topic.

How to Get Past the Lack of Financial Education in Schools

With April being Financial Literacy month, I thought that now would be the perfect time to discuss this topic.

When Can My Child Mow the Lawn?

Chores build a work ethic, boost confidence and teach children not to expect handouts; a guide to appropriate tasks children can master by age.

Here’s the dirt on paying kids for chores

Just when you think you’ve heard every angle on paying kids for completing chores, this happens!

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Science Says Your Kids Should Help With Spring Cleaning

It’s not always easy to get kids on board with chores, so Gregg Murset, CEO of BusyKid, an online chore system that teaches children about finances, has some tips to make spring cleaning fun for the whole family.

Resolve to be a Better Family in 2017

Many adults make New Year’s Resolutions every January, but the sad reality is only about 8 percent of people actually achieve the goals they set. Of course no parent wants to set this as an example for children. So instead of doing individual resolutions this year, why not do family resolutions so you can all keep each other accountable?

‘BusyKid’: Teach Your Kids The Value Of Money By Doing Chores With This New App

Four things to know about the new app that will help parents keep track of tasks while teaching their children how to value money

BusyKid turns chores into child’s play

Designed to take the effort out of convincing your children to run errands, BusyKid is a new online tool to help you keep track of family chores and to reward your offspring on a job well done.

BusyKid Is The App For Tracking Chores Where Children Learn How To Make Money

The paper chore chart has gotten a modern update.
Introducing BusyKid, a mobile first site that allows parents to keep track of tasks, while also being a tool to introduce kids to learning about their personal finances.

Valley-based app aims to teach children about work ethic, money management

The Valley-based company BusyKid promotes work ethic for children by organizing their tasks and teaching them money management, all through the magic of a smartphone.

Parents Introduce Work Ethic & Money Management Via BusyKid

Children in the US are failing to learn the basics of personal finance and BusyKid CEO Gregg Murset explains why parents are turning to the new platform to fill the void.