Are you looking to keep your kids busy at home?
As a young parent, I know exactly how you feel! That's why I was happy when my friend suggested I check out BusyKid. This chore app helps kids learn how to earn money, save money, spend money, give money, and even invest money.
I invited the CEO of BusyKid, Gregg Mursett, to tell us more about this chore and reward app. In this BusyKid review, Greg and I discuss how the app works, the best age for this fintech tool and how you can get your kids busy today.
What are we covering?
Gregg and I review the following:
- Why financial education is so important for kids
- How to keep kids busy at home with chores
- How BusyKid helps kids learn about money and keeps them busy
This pandemic parenting season is requiring all of us to get more inventive. Check out our episode to learn how we can thrive through this difficult season and help our kids learn important life skills too.
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Guest Bio – Gregg Murset
Gregg Murset, a Certified Financial Planner and father of 6, is the co-founder and CEO of BusyKid. He came up with the idea for BusyKid years ago when trying to find a way to keep his kids' chores organized but teaching them the important lessons about managing money. Since then, he has traveled the country and appeared in hundreds of news stories promoting the importance of financial literacy.
BusyKid is the first and only app where kids can earn, save, share, spend and invest real allowance. Through advances in technology, BusyKid safely allows a child to learn how to manage real money by completing chores and making decisions regarding the earned allowance.
What are you doing to keep your kids busy at home?
Please let us know in the comments below.
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