BUZZFEED thinks The Piggy Box is COOL! 

Exciting news…we were featured in BuzzFeed today. “17 Incredibly Cool Parenting Products You Need In 2017,” We are #12. Click here to view the article.

6 Money Concepts to Teach Your Kids

Saw this great article at OnStride Financial. Below is the pictograph and please go to: https://www.onstride.co.uk/blog/6-money-concepts-teach-kids/ and read the complete article.

Jacob, 8, spends, gives, saves with The Piggy Box

Esther Diaz was looking for an organized way for her eight-year-old entrepreneur son to save his hard-earned money. Since he turned five, Jacob has rolled in trash, recycling and yard waste bins for two or three neighbors after the city’s weekly pick-up service on his S. Sierra Bonita Ave. block. Read the rest of the story in the Larchmont Chronicle

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If you’re a parent, you are probably eager to find ways to teach your children how to be wise with money without feeling like you are nagging or lecturing them. Spoiling your children or not teaching them money management can wreak havoc down the road — and into their adult lives. A 2011 Today Parenting survey found that three-quarters of …

5 Steps to Teach Kids About Spending vs. Saving

Try this save, spend, give and invest jar system to teach your kids money concepts. My 6-year-old daughter has a passion for LEGOs. She loves opening up a new LEGO kit, browsing through the instructions, laying out the pieces and meticulously building a model. Once that’s done, she’ll start remixing the model by adding pieces from other kits to her …

The Opposite of Spoiled

“Finally, an honest, modern, comprehensive and nuanced book about kids and money. Parents report that conversations about money fill them with so much dread and confusion that they change the subject rather than dive in. The Opposite of Spoiled comes to the rescue.” –Wendy Mogel, author of The Blessing of a Skinned Knee “The Opposite of Spoiled is a thoughtful, …

Five Mistakes to Avoid with Money and Your Kids

If you’re having a hard time explaining that money doesn’t grow on trees to your kids, you’re not alone. Personal finance expert and author of the forthcoming book “Make Your Kid a Money Genius (Even If You’re Not),” Beth Kobliner discovered that many parents have a harder time explaining how money works to their kids than talking about sex or …