AgentPiggy lets kids 5-15 years old manage their allowance, earn money by completing chores, save for objectives, learn how to budget and how to donate. All by using our comprehensive online platform.
Manage your children’s allowance and chores.
A FREE tool for parents to manage kids allowance money.
AllowanceTree.com teaches students financial responsibility by simulating real-life money management with their actual allowances
bankaroo brings all your kids' allowance accounts together online or on your mobile device, shows you their account status in real time, lets you set recurring payments and helps your kids achieve their savings goals.
Chore Bank is the best way to keep track of your child's allowance, completion of chores, and spending money. It is your own personal 'Bank of Dad'...or Mom.
Version 2.1 includes many new features that will encourage your children to get all their chores done.
Set up a chore list and assign a monetary value to each chore. When a child completes a chore you simply check off the chore and the value of the chore is added to that child's account.
You can make deposits to a child's account to handle random 'gifts' or unexpected earnings. You can of course handle withdrawals from the account, when your child wants money for something you would not ordinarily pay for yourself.
You can set an interest rate. This is a great way to teach your child the value of saving money.
Upgrade to Chore Bank Pro to get:
- Chore Scheduling
- Printable Chore Calendar
- Text message reminders to kids
- Assign consequences for chores not done
- Custom chore list for each child
- Two parents can share one account
Organise your household or flat's chores; easily create a fair schedule to share the workload
Chore-inator is a powerful, yet simple app to do what every parent wants to do: spend less time managing the household while teaching their children motivation and discipline for a job well done. Children use Chore-inator to see their daily chore assignments, mark them as complete, share photos of their work (we call them proof photos), and claim rewards based on the number of stars they have earned. Parents use Chore-inator to view the status of each child's chores, view the proof photos of the child's completed chores, and approve or deny claimed rewards and allowances.
Choremonster allows parents and kids to actually enjoy doing their chores! Kids gain points which they can turn in for real life rewards like an hour of Xbox, a television show or even a canoe trip. Kids also collect monsters for completing chores, interacting and learning from them along the way.
Parents and kids connect to manage tasks and activities.
You're busy. We know. And we're here to help. Tap into our simple online and mobile tools to stay in touch and organize your family's activities in a whole new way…wherever you are. Learn More… Each of our three gaming websites features teacher-developed content including specially selected concepts in financial literacy for kids.
EKOMINI is the first web-based and interactive piggy bank in the world. A fun and interactive way for kids to learn about saving, sharing, spending and investing.
At FamilyChores.com children learn by helping and participating in daily chores around the house and within the community. They earn rewards by completing errands.
FamilyMint is the simplest way to raise money-smart kids. FamilyMint is an award winning online money management application for kids where parents act as the bank. Automate allowance, motivate kids to save, teach kids how to set goals and budget and prioritize their spending.
FamZoo’s award winning online and mobile software helps parents teach kids good personal finance habits through real-world, hands-on practice. Parents set up a private, fully customizable “Virtual Family Bank” using IOU accounts or optional MasterCard prepaid card accounts. FamZoo automates allowance, chore tracking, compound interest, recurring kid expenses, and more. Teach kids and teens to earn diligently, spend wisely, save patiently, and give thoughtfully. It's your bank, your rules - customize it to match your unique family values.
We get kids excited about doing chores through our unique incentive based platform.
iPhone and Android app to track chores and associated rewards for kids. Kids can save their stars or get payouts.
iSow is a platform that lets young people save for important goals in their lives by “planting seeds” for their futures, but also “dispersing seeds” to help others with their futures. Friends and relatives con contribute to your kid's goals online.
Virtual money for your kids. Manage your kids funds and teach them the value of money by helping them save for their goals and spend what THEY can afford.
Kids Money, Pocket Money calculator for kids.
Do you have a list of toys and items you would like to buy and don’t know when you can buy them?
Maybe you have saved some gift money from Christmas and your birthday, and now wondering what you can afford to buy.
You can use Kids Money to calculate when you can afford the things you want.
Kids money is fun to use. You have:
-Easy playful way to input your numbers
-Multi result screen with fun pictures
-Save your results
-Open past items
Note for Parents:
Kids Money is a great way to teach your kids about savings and pocket money management. It is fun and playful way to teach kids about the value of Money.
You can play together with your kids to build various scenarios and save them for future reference.
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Free Allowance and Money Management for Teens and Families.
My Job Chart gives parents and their children a free way to personalize chores and rewards. As kids complete chores, My Job Chart keeps track of their earned points that they can save, share or spend. The site allows parents to set up bank accounts to teach the importance of saving; enables kids to share by donating to one of many charitable organizations, such as Heifer International and Operation Smile; and offers access to an integrated Amazon.com store where parents can purchase reward items or help kids learn responsible spending. Parents can also create free rewards, such as a day at the park, a favorite meal or a family bike ride.