In this article for Kiplinger, the author draws on data from DoughMain’s survey “Chores and Allowance and the 21st Century Kid”. This article uses the data to discuss the tie between chores and allowances and weighs in on the ongoing debate about the linked relationship of the two.
In this article for U.S. News & World Report, author Daniel Bortz focuses on the importance of teaching your children money skills using age appropriate technology. Among the many lessons explored in the article, DoughMain is recommended as a website of tools and games to teach children about money.
By: Tamekia Reece, LearnVest, Business Insider
What shouldn’t you tell your kids about your finances? In this articles from LearnVest experts, including DoughMain’s Ken Damato, tell us when to stay mum, and when it’s appropriate to share information about our finances with our children.
Ned Hentz, former BBDO advertising executive, joins DoughMain’s leadership team as chief creative officer PRINCETON, NJ — June 26, 2012 — DoughMain, a free financial education and family organization website, today announced its strategic acquisition of Allowance-Plus, a similarly focused Boston-based company. Launched in 2011, DoughMain.com helps busy families better organize their lives while also… View Article
Tech startup kicks off second round of investment funding PRINCETON, NJ — June 26 , 2012 — DoughMain, a free financial education and family organization website, has received an investment from a private equity fund managed by Lee Iacocca’s family based in Los Angeles and Boston — kicking off the company’s second round of funding… View Article