The App for Learning, the Card for Fun!

Each year, millions of high school graduates head into the real world without ever taking a single class on how to manage money. It’s time to teach our children at home from an early age. Children learn best by “doing” and BusyKid lets them practice important real-life lessons from the palm of their hands.

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Earn

Parents set the chores, kids complete them, and allowance is direct deposited each Friday!

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Save

Each week a percentage of weekly allowance is saved automatically!

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Donate

Kids learn the importance of giving back by donating a percentage of their allowance to charity.

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Invest

BusyKid allows kids to invest their hard-earned allowance into real stock.

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Spend

Learning to be responsible with money is easier with the BusyKid Visa® Prepaid Spend Card.

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BusyPay™

An easy way for family or friends to instantly send money to a child’s BusyKid account.

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Empower Your Kids To Spend Responsibility

The BusyKid Visa® Prepaid Spend Card gives your kids the freedom to spend anywhere Visa® is accepted, and parents see every transaction made. Transfer funds anytime and anywhere. One Busykid Spend Card is included in your $19.99 annual family subscription, so there's no reason why you shouldn't begin teaching your child how to spend responsibly. (Each additional card $7.99/yr)

You may encounter other fees when using the card, click here for more information

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BusyPay™

The latest enhancement for BusyKid, is an easy way for a grandparent, friend, or neighbor to add money to a child’s BusyKid account.

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Improving Financial Literacy Across America

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In working towards our goal of using modern technology to develop strong character, work ethic and money management skills in the next generation of children, BusyKid is proud to join forces with the American Public Education Foundation (APEF). Our organizations will shine a light on what is really being taught in schools and advocate for their improvement and development.

Did you know only 48% of Americans are able to pass a financial literacy test or survey? Based on requirements, standards and curriculum, each state was graded on its K-12 financial education. 33 out of 50 states earned a C, D or F grade.

See how your state ranks here.

Sources:
*S&P Global FinLit Survey, by the World Bank, Gallup, and George Washington University
*The American Public Education Foundation’s Vision 2020 Financial Literacy Report Card

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Your Satisfaction, Guaranteed.

If for any reason you are not satisfied with BusyKid in the first 30 days, we will refund your money back. No questions asked.

*BusyKid can not refund any stock purchases made. Only the subscription paid will be refunded. Guarantee applies to new subscriptions only.*