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 Hi Friends!

I am really excited for this episode because it’s about financial wellness for our kids. Joining me today is Benny Nachman- founder of Jassby, a free iOS app that allows parents to share money with their kids while teaching them about financial literacy. Think of it as a chores and allowance app.

So much of what we talk about on this show has to do with ownership, responsibility and discipline.  So when I learned about Jassby, I knew that I wanted to have their  founder on to tell us the backstory behind the app.  

During our conversation we talk about:

  • How using digital tools resonates with kids and teens as a teaching tool for money
  • Their 3 money principles (save, do-good, spend)
  • Teaching age appropriate money knowledge

Benny walks us through how, when and where to use Jassby. As a parent, I always say the best thing we can do is to teach our kids life skills– like organizing, cooking, cleaning and financial responsibility. The method we convey information changes from generation to generation even if the message stays the same.  

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