A treasure trove of fun and educational articles for the whole family. Pocket money tips, recommended products, advice from experts, or just ideas on how to get the most out of the app. And be sure to check out our Primers, a set of bite sized guides on how to talk to kids about money.
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Help your children save up for the Christmas period, via these tips from RoosterMoney, the smart pocket-money app
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a great way to discuss money with the kids. Here’s how superheroes can explain one of our greatest mortal concerns: money
Laurel and Gary Chambers live in England with their children Lucy (14) and Emma (11). They’ve been using RoosterMoney since November 2020 and love how easy the app is to use.
Lyndsay Creese lives in Dorset with her children Caitlin (13) and Aidan (9). They’ve been using RoosterMoney since 2020 and enjoy seeing Caitlin and Aidan become more financially independent.
Jodie Munley and her children Edward (10) and Oliver (8) live in Cornwall, and have been using RoosterMoney since 2019. Discover how it’s changed the way they deal with chores and money.
Mel Knibb lives in the English countryside with her children Crevette (12), Beanie (10), Jumpy (8), and Wriggly (6). They’ve been using RoosterMoney for years, and found it’s a great way to deal with money and financial literacy.
We’ve teamed up with Stride Ventures to help teach kids vital money lessons in schools.
It isn’t all about money. The RoosterMoney app can be used to track Stars and our simple, kid-friendly reward pots can help shape your child’s behaviour positively.
Do you understand how saving for later life works? Could you explain it to your kids? Try reading through this primer with them, and it should help
Do your kids know what a bank statement is? How would you describe one? Here’s a few easy ways in.
They might have been outlaws on the high seas, but pirates of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century still followed a few financial rules…
Here’s what to bear in mind when you’re picking out this year’s new-term items