My Job Chart: Chores, Save, Share and Spend

Do you find yourself browsing through the internet and places like Pinterest for chore charts to use at home? Do you have kids who need more structure when it comes to behavior and chore charts? Do you want to help your kids understand responsibility and the value of hard work and hard earned money? Well I do and I am constantly trying to find ways to keep try and stay organized in a way that my kids can follow along and understand too.
My Job Chart is a free, easy to use, online chore chart and reward system for teaching, organizing and motivating your kids to Save, Share and Spend responsibly. It teaches kids about working and the value of saving money. They earn points as they complete their jobs. This job chart teaches them to share, spend and save. These valuable life skills are important to get the kids started early. I know my parents did it to my siblings and I. I want to do the same for my kids. These days it seems kids think everything can be handed to and bought for them whenever (at least my kids think so). I always tell them “Money doesn’t grow on trees” and “Daddy has to work hard to get the money we have”. Though they may not seem to understand exactly what we mean, I’m sure teaching them early will give them a headstart to prepare them for the years to come. My Job Chart gives parents the satisfaction of seeing their kids gain the foundation skills of a strong work ethic and financial responsibility. Together this makes it easy for parents and fun for kids. 
Want more information? Click here to see how it works.
Although there is no app for Android, it is in the works! It is currently available for iphone/ipadCurrently there are 285,562 members using MJC and hundreds more joining each day!
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Why not start the NEW YEAR organized while motivating and teaching the kids financial responsibility?

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