Finny Family App
Teaching your child financial literacy is an important task in today’s digital age. How can you achieve that? We introduce you to the Fintune Family App for parents.
The App includess everything needed to teach your kids financial literacy skills: earning, saving, and spending in a safe and playful environment which you can create to your preferences.
Monitor your kids’ activities, set up their pocket money, assign tasks and chores, and organize wish lists. You can also encourage your kids to make their first financial interactions with approved friends and family members.
Discuss first pocket money and how it might be spent wisely with your children. Setup a standing order for weekly or monthly money transfers and monitor spending and saving.
Value of money
Explain your children the value of work and how much effort it needs to earn EUR 100. Assign chores at home e.g. to help in the garden for some hours and let them experience the value of money.
Recieve valuable nudges on financial topics and take them up with your children, e.g. needs vs. wants or challenges of debts.
Finny 3D is the friendly companion of your kids that teaches them money with fun – connected to the Finny Kids and Finny Family App.
Our features are designed with parents, children and pedagogues to support learning progress and boost the motivation of children.
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