With April being Financial Literacy month, I thought that now would be the perfect time to discuss this topic.
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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?
Four things to know about the new app that will help parents keep track of tasks while teaching their children how to value money
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.
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.
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.