Save Today,
Thank Yourself Tomorrow

As parents you want to prepare your kids for what their financial future might hold. With General Savings, kids can practice putting money away regularly, so they’re prepared for whatever the future has in store—like a new sneaker drop or contributing to their TFSA.

General savings is not a savings account and interest will not be earned on savings.

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If your kids don’t have a specific goal to save for, but still want to put money away for a rainy day, then they can use the General Savings feature. General Savings is a great tool to help kids and teens develop the habit of saving money regularly. The money won’t be available to spend, until kids move it from General Savings into their wallet.

Parents can encourage their kids to save money by encouraging them to set a savings goal, giving them an opportunity to make money through chores and allowance, and give them a place to save money—like in Mydoh’s Savings Goal feature.

Everyone, even teens, should have money saved for an emergency fund. Saving for an emergency fund means they’ll have funds available to cover the cost if something goes wrong, without having to go into debt. It’s a valuable skill to learn now when your teens’ idea of an emergency is a cracked smartphone screen and not paying to replace a roof.

Parents and caregivers can help teach their kids to create a budget by having them calculate their income (like a part-time job or allowance), decide how much they want to save, then calculate their expenses (like buying a new game or going for takeout with friends). Our savings calculator will take kids and teens through these steps.