EXPERIENCE WITH MONEY WILL STAY WITH KIDS THROUGH LIFE.

Help them learn financial skills through doing chores, earning allowance and saving towards goals.

Teach kids the value of money!

Kids have lots of wishes. Help them make the connection between getting an item and the work needed for it.

Make achieving goals fun!

Set long term goals to help kids learn financial planning and track the progress of each goal.

Set the stage for your kids’ future!

Saving skills are a predictor of future success. Start a savings account that will follow kids to their adulthood.

Manage Chores & Allowance

Homey enables you to set responsibilities and paid jobs for each family member, and manage their privileges, rewards and allowance.

Shows kids how money is earned.

Connecting Chores with Allowance teaches kids that money is earned and not simply given.

Supports long term goals.

Mastering delayed gratification is one of the biggest predictors of future financial success! Teach kids financial responsibility by providing them with incentives that differ in value.

Teaches real life financial skills.

Homey enables you to transfer allowance and extra money kids earn directly to their savings or checking account.

Connects the whole family.

Homey app lets you manage chores, allowance and rewards for the whole family. Everyone get notifications when their chores are due or completed and everything is connected by a family chat.

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