CDCFCU Now Offers Youth Accounts
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Getting started is easy. Visit your CDCFCU branch and open a teen account. Then come back and sign up right here, using the new teen account info. Here's how Ourly works:
Have you ever tried chores and chore charts? Often parents find the task of getting their kids to do chores is more work than it seems worth. Ourly can take the stress out of this process. We want to provide you with a means to positively teach and engage with your kids about money and responsibility by contributing around the house. Ourly allows you to post the jobs with an allotted price for doing them, and your kids receive notifications of the job, do the job and send you a picture of the completed job. Then the money gets transferred to their account. If they don’t do the job, they don’t get the money. No more arguing. If they want the spending money, the jobs get done. How cool is that? Let Ourly help you and your kids!
Sit your kids down and have a conversation with them about allowance, chores and financial responsibility. Talk to them about what kind of chores they can do, how much money they want to earn, and when they can complete them. This is your opportunity to teach your kids how to live up to your expectations – make it count! It’s important that you stress the need for them to help you around the house - after all, they live and eat there too!
Kids who earn their own money are more motivated to save it. Kids who get paid to do housework are more motivated to do it, too! Ourly is designed to make it easier and more fun to get your kids to work for the money you give them. With live updates and "proof" pictures, allowance is only sent when you approve a chore you've assigned. Ourly is a helpful, interactive family tool. It's for parents who are juggling their modern family, providing a collaboration technology to enable teamwork and achieve calm.
So, congratulations on taking your first step towards getting your kids to earn their own money, teaching them fiscal responsibility, and greatly improving your family’s dynamic!