Personal finance rarely makes it on to their schedule, even though it is important to learn this lesson at a young age.
The summer holidays are drawing to a close, and slowly but surely we are starting to get ready for the new school term. Our children will soon be met by new impressions and learnings, but each year one subject is overlooked. Personal finance rarely makes it on to their schedule, even though it is important to learn this lesson at a young age.
Gimi is a tool that the entire family can use to teach children and young people how to manage money. The app is filled with smart and practical lessons that you can do together.
The entire family can use the app to keep track of when, where and how your children use money. The Gimi Card gives children the possibility to connect learnings to experiences, which can lead to making smarter decisions in the future.
For parents, it includes the ability to track both spendings and savings in real-time. Each time the card is used, you receive a notification and you can block the card from your own app if needed.