BUSYKID ARCHIVE - September 2021

5 Tips to Get Your Kids Excited About Saving

According to a study, in 2021, kids between 4 and 14 were given an average weekly allowance of $9.35. That’s around $486 annually, which is not bad considering they are too young to even join the workforce. However, there’s even better news: the report revealed the average kid saves at least 48% of their weekly ...

How to Teach Your Children About Investing at A Young Age

Investing isn’t just reserved for adults. Kids, too, can start their own investments – of course, with the help and guidance of their parents or guardians. Starting to invest at a young age can increase one’s opportunities to grow their money and improves their chances for success down the road. More importantly, it helps children ...

Kids Learning Philanthropy With Help From BusyKid

Phoenix, AZ (August 30, 2021) – BusyKid believes to be financially successful in life, kids must learn from an early age how to earn, save, share, spend and invest. This balanced approach doesn’t come naturally and it’s not taught in schools. That is why the BusyKid app has been designed to help the next generations ...

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