Articles written by RoosterMoney team member Belinda Kirk. Pocket money and allowance advice and loads of great family tips.
Please note that the Rooster Card is only available to residents of the United Kingdom With app version 7.5.0 you and your kids can now find detailed card decline reasons in the app. These can be found in your child’s Spend pot or on their Statement, which can also be accessed straight from their Manage […]Read more »
In app version 7.2.0, we’ve made it easier for parents to customize their child’s dashboard and introduced the new ‘Skip chore’ option and a way to switch between children’s chores lists for PLUS families! 🔨 Customize pots on your child’s dashboard: From within the pot – Go to your child’s dashboard Tap on the pot […]Read more »
We’re really excited to bring you our updated Money Matters Course, developed in association with Children’s University What is the Money Matters course? It’s a free to download, printable set of activity sheets. The course is open to all, but it’s ideal for 7 to 12 years old. The activities start off quite basic and […]Read more »
Our ‘Rooster Heroes’ series brings you financial experts from all over the world, asking them 10 quick fire questions on all things pocket money and allowances – so you learn from the best. They’re all leaders in their field, and they’re all people we at RoosterMoney admire. This month we spoke to Nadia Bentoua. Nadia […]Read more »
You can search for the ‘RoosterMoney’ skill from your Amazon Alexa app and Enable it for your family. Use your parent login details to link you account and then say ‘Alexa, open RoosterMoney’! We developed the RoosterMoney skill for Amazon Alexa to act as a family hub where everyone can find out how much is owed to who, who earned […]Read more »
All of us at RoosterHQ enjoy a good Ted Talk. They’re short, insightful and a lot of the time, they’re funny and entertaining too! We also think they provide some great ‘kidspiration’! So here’s our favourite Ted Talks for Kids. From engaging ways to get children into engineering, to the small questions asked that can […]Read more »