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How To Deliver Allowance And Chore Payments From Multiple Parents

Mom and Dad Allowance Jars

In the FamZoo system, allowance is always delivered to kids from the primary funding card. There can only be one primary funding card in a family.

That poses a challenge for split family situations in which both parents want to provide separate allowance payments.

Here’s a solution that uses Auto Debits to have one parent automatically pay back the other.

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One Year Into Using FamZoo: An Honest Review From Regular Parents

I opened up iTunes today to perform my periodic check on FamZoo reviews.

My mind was blown by “ReggaeGeek” — a dad with two kids 12 and 14.

He left the most epic review ever. So epic in fact, that I couldn’t include the whole thing on our kind words page without crowding out the others. So, I’m sharing the full review text here.

Sure, it’s highly complimentary, so you could dismiss this post as a shameless self-promotion. But ReggaeGeek’s review is also comprehensive, instructive, real, and — for us — insanely motivating.

ReggaeGeek’s personal FamZoo story describes precisely the positive outcome we’re striving to facilitate. Reading it motivates us to double down and work harder to replicate his experience in more and more families.

And, no, I have no idea who ReggaeGeek is. That’s what makes his story particularly gratifying.

So, if you want to see how some “regular parents” used FamZoo to transform their kids’ money behaviors in ways that were nothing short of “incredible” (ReggaeGeek’s words, not mine), read on. There are some priceless tips in here that you may want to adopt in your own household.

Without further ado, here’s ReggaeGeek’s review extracted verbatim from iTunes (aside from a little formatting and spellcheck):

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30 Money Lessons To Teach Your Teens For Financial Literacy Month

Financial Literacy Month starts tomorrow, April 1. No fooling.

Like last year, we’re sharing tips throughout the month to help you make sure your kid is no money fool.

This year, we’re focusing on teens.

Here are 30 quick money lessons you can teach your teens one day at a time: