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“Green$treets: Unleash the Loot!” Launches; Reaches #1 in iTunes App Store

Neale Godfrey, #1 New York Times best-selling author and one of the country’s most prolific experts on the topic of kids and money, announced today the official release of the new free iOS app, Green$treets: Unleash the Loot! The app, targeted toward kids ages 5-8, ‘cracks the code’ and introduces real life financial lessons through fun gameplay.

Green$treets: Unleash The Loot! launches from the FingerPrint Play platform, which provides unique connectivity to parents, grandparents and educators via email while kids play. The app is already highly sought-after, achieving more than 30,000 downloads and a #1 ranking in the Educational Games category on iTunes.

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[...] Neale Godfrey, #1 New York Times best-selling author and one of the country’s most prolific experts on the topic of kids and money, announced today the official release of the new free iOS app, Green$treets: Unleash the Loot!  [...]

What is Your Child’s Financial Personality?

Do you have savings or are you living from paycheck to paycheck? Do you have a budget you try to stick to or do you hide the bills when they come in? Chances are your child will tend to follow your lead, since most kids learn their money habits at home. Take these tests to learn more about your children’s financial personalities.

What Is Your Financial Personality?

As adults, we bear the burden of financial planning for the family, and it’s not always easy. We must all be both spenders and savers to stay solvent. The question isn’t so much saving vs. spending as proactive vs. reactive. Proactive planners try to keep track of their expenses, budget accordingly and save when possible. Reactive types tend to look away as credit card debt mounts and have been known to stash unpaid bills in the junk drawer or hide them in bags. Whatever your strategy, your children are watching, so just make sure that the messages you’re sending your children are the ones you want them to receive! The exciting part is that you’ll also be learning along with your child.