iGameMom teaches kids using Onist

iGameMom teaches kids using Onist

The iGameMom blog recently wrote an article entitled “Teaching Kids Financial Skills with Real Money” where author Beth shares tips and tricks she tried with her kids to teach them about money, saving and spending using Onist as their all-in-one financial platform:

“How much do your kids know about money? Do they know how to budget and save? Do they have basic investment knowledge? Children will live on their own sooner or later, basic financial literacy knowledge is the most fundamental life skill they need to be successful in life.”

“Every financial institute has online tools, but I like Onist for the selective sharing option. When you open an account for kids, most times you will have to be the custodian for the account, which means it is tied to your account. One thing that annoys me when I tried to share bank data with kids is I have to be very careful not to share my own bank account data with them. Since it is all tied together, it is hard not to. This is when Onist’s selective sharing comes handy. You can share just one particular account with kids. When kids log in, they will just see their own accounts. This makes the experience a lot cleaner with minimal distraction.”

Read the full article here.