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Cents for Kids

Cents for Kids is an initiative focused on building financial literacy in children and supporting parents with the tools and resources they need to begin a healthy dialogue with their children about money.
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Top 10 Money Tips for Teens

Enabling and empowering the next generation to do great things is important to Davy and we are committed to making a difference that matters. Teens should keep these tips in mind for a brighter future.

Cents for Kids October 2016
BY Marah Curtin
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The 'B' Word

Introducing your children to budgeting from their earliest earnings, be that from pocket money or generous relatives, can be an invaluable experience for them.

Cents for Kids September 2016
BY Sorcha O'Connor
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When I Grow up I Want to be…

Helping your children recognise what they are good at now will stand to them when they consider a career path later on.

Cents for Kids August 2016
BY Sorcha O'Connor
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Summer Savings

Summer months can be the perfect time to instil positive saving habits in your child.

Cents for Kids July 2016
BY Sorcha O'Connor
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The ‘A’ Word

There’s a delicate balance between paying your child to do work and ensuring your child doesn’t expect to be paid for everything they do.

Cents for Kids January 2016
BY Marah Curtin
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Start as you mean to go on

We’re headed into a New Year and with that comes a fresh start, so there’s no time like the present to begin talking with your kids about money.

Cents for Kids December 2015
BY Marah Curtin
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Inspiring Entrepreneurship in Children

Today’s children represent a chance to inspire opportunity and growth for everyone.

Cents for Kids October 2015
BY Marah Curtin
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Birthday FUN-raisers

Raising Charitable Children—because the world needs your child.

Cents for Kids July 2015
BY Marah Curtin
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Where does money come from?

We’re all familiar with the age-old adage “money doesn’t grow on trees,” but it doesn’t come from the bank of Mum and Dad either.

Cents for Kids April 2015
BY Marah Curtin
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Spend on things you need, save for things you want

We all know that money doesn’t grow on trees, but what are we teaching our kids about how to manage it?

Cents for Kids March 2015
BY Marah Curtin
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