Teaching Children Financial Responsibilty with Virtual Piggy

I think most adults have made their fair share of poor financial choices, I know Joe and I have. We are working hard to recover from financial mistakes we made many years ago and I’m determined to teach my boys how to be financially responsible so they don’t have to endure the hardship we have.

Virtual Piggy is a safe and secure way to teach your child to become financially responsible and independent. After you set you an account for you child and set the preferences your child can make purchases online that are only approved via the controls you have set up. I think this is a great way to teach kids independence and responsibility.

Reasons I love Virtual Piggy:

  • You child on needs to enter their Virtual Piggy name and password to make an online purchase (your email, mailing address and credit card information are securely linked to your account so they don’t have to enter that information)
  • You can set up specific permissions for each child:  allowance, spending limits, notifications and turn access on or off.
  • Wishlist so your child can create a list of things they would like. Guest list allows specified friends and family the ability to view your child’s wishlist.
  • Detailed account management where you can view purchase history, financial summaries, updates, and much more.

Virtual Piggy’s Win your Wishlist
10 lucky kids who fill out their Virtual Piggy Wishlist will receive all of the products they enter (up to $500).
To enter a parent must register a Virtual Piggy account and create the child account. Once the child starts a wishlist they are automatically entered in the sweepstake. Share the sweepstake and you will increase your chances of winning.

Sweepstake ends December 7th.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post from Splash Creative Media on behalf of Virtual Piggy. All opinions are my own.


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