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Posts by Will Carmichael

Top tips to teach your kids the value of money

We are often asked what our top tips are on how to kids teach the value of money. I thought I would put down some of my learnings on what families using RoosterMoney have done. Teaching with pennies & dimes will prepare them for pounds & dollars As with anything, start small before going big. The earlier you can get children into handling money – which can just be counting out

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Introducing Spend, Save & Give

When we set up RoosterMoney, we were very clear on our mission. We believe the world would be a better place if we all started talking about money earlier. Since we launched, more than 200,000 of you have joined our Rooster Family; thank you for your amazing support 🎉 Along with the rest of the team, I’m really excited to announce the release of a new dashboard for your

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Get your children involved in some family budget busting

In support of Financial Capability Week, which aims to raise awareness of the importance of financial capability and what it means, we thought we’d post a little something to inspire you to get your children on the road to being financially capable themselves. Getting your children involved in the family budget helps you do two things. It encourages them to understand that the costs the Bank of Mum and

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Get your kids logged in to RoosterMoney!

RoosterMoney can work brilliantly just for one parent managing pocket money. But it works even better if you get the whole family involved! If they aren't already, get your kids logging in and taking responsibility for their cash. Your kids can log in to their account just like you. From their account, they can see how much pocket money they have, create goals to save towards, put money in their

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Transforming Pocket Money

RoosterMoney is designed to answer one question: How do I as a parent teach my children the same values I learned as a child? In this post, I want to talk a little about the motivations behind why we have built RoosterMoney and the problems we are trying to address. We are becoming a cashless society Gone are the days that children run down to the local sweet shop to

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