NEW APP LETS KIDS EARN AND INVEST MONEY

The Baltimore Times

Gregg Murset has six children. From Murset’s perspective, it made “cents” to teach his children how to make money at a young age.

“They learned early that they had to do chores to earn money to buy the things they wanted,” said Murset. “They had to mow the lawn, feed the dog, and perform other chores. By aligning their chores with incentives, I was able to motivate them easily. But I had to stick with it.”

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