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These app-based cards put parents in control, but let kids make mistakes without getting into serious trouble.
JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo joined a $54 million Series B funding round led by Drive Capital for Greenlight Financial Technology, a US-based personal finance management (PFM) app and debit card for children.
Greenlight’s CEO, Tim Sheehan, sat down with CNBC's On The Money to discuss the benefits of using Greenlight to teach kids about finances.
Why kids need to know far more about personal finance than they do right now.
Fintech startup Greenlight, which provides a debit card and app for kids to learn about financial education, has closed a sizable Series B funding round of $54 million.
Greenlight is helping parents teach their kids to save, spend, and earn wisely.
Greenlight’s CEO, Tim Sheehan, answered PEOPLE's questions about how to make conversations with kids about finance as pain-free as possible.
Greenlight named one of the best apps for parents to use this summer!
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A revolutionary new tool teaches youngsters about money and helps parents raise financially smart children. It’s called Greenlight—and it’s a debit card for kids that parents manage through an app on their phones.
"Allowances are going digital. Greenlight has a great mobile app experience for parents to set rules on where/how much money can be spent and kids love the experience of having their own card," Larco says.
You can teach your kids lessons, strategies and instill morals within them to help them towards making the best decisions possible when it comes to major life choices and areas — one of the biggest of these being personal finance.
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"Teaching kids the importance of saving is one of the most important concepts children will learn that can have a real impact on their future," said Tim Sheehan, CEO and Co-Founder of Greenlight. "We're thrilled that kids have already saved over $1MM by using Greenlight Savings, and that parents are using Greenlight's Parent-paid Savings Interest to teach their kids the value of compound interest."
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The smart debit card for kids sees extraordinary customer growth, establishes strategic partnerships, and launches a new Educational Savings Account for Kids.
Greenlight Financial Technology now lets parents set savings interest between zero and 100 percent on their kids’ accounts to show them the value of savings and how it compounds over time.
Greenlight Financial Technology, a fintech startup for kids, has raised $16 million in a Series A funding round today.
Some say automating kids’ transactions isn’t the best way to teach financial literacy.
Count Tim Sheehan among the many entrepreneurs who took a personal experience and combined it with business acumen to create an exciting new product certain to attract parents across the country.
Greenlight Financial Technology, a startup focused on providing cards and other financial products for children aged 8-18 and their parents, closed a $7.5 million seed funding round last week, according to PE Hub.
Greenlight, a three-year-old, Atlanta, Ga.-based startup, is trying to solve a problem that any parent of an elementary or junior high school student can well understand
If you want to play a key role in shaping your children’s feeling [...] about money, you need to give them the gift of financial literacy from an early age. Here’s how.
The benefits of using a debit card to teach kids financial lessons.
Greenlight today announced that it’s raised $54 million in series B funding led by Drive Capital, with participation from JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and existing investors TTV Capital, Live Oak Bank, and Relay Ventures.
Greenlight, a fintech cardmaker for kids, built an app that lets parents instantly put funds on prepaid debit cards that their kids can only use at specific stores predetermined by the parents.
JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo have invested in Greenlight, the teen-focused digital banking company that provides a parent-managed debit cards for kids, the startup said Monday.
Greenlight’s CEO, Tim Sheehan, sat with CNN's Julia Chatterley to discuss the importance of financial literacy and how Greenlight can help.
Greenlight Co-Founder and CEO sat down with Downtown Magazine to provide his advice for parents wanting to teach their kids about finances.
The debit card for kids! See how Greenlight Co-Founder & CEO Tim Sheehan came up with the concept and his business journey leading up to it on 'Atlanta Business Chronicle's BIZ' on 11Alive.
New card offerings, such as Greenlight, are specifically geared toward children and teens and allow parents to monitor their child’s spending right through an app.
Maria Bartiromo and Greenlight CEO Tim Sheehan on how the company's 'smart' debit card helps teach children about finances.
In addition to learning to spend wisely, Greenlight kids have saved over $2 million. After listening to the feedback from their loyal customers, Greenlight has created new savings and spending features, as well as a refreshed user experience in 2.0.
The Greenlight Debit Card for Kids helps parents introduce their children to modern payment methods with a card that pairs with a mobile application, allowing parents to automatically disburse allowance, and monitor and approve spending.
What sets Greenlight apart from most other debit cards are the parental controls.
Tim Sheehan, the Founder, and CEO of Greenlight is on to something big. And none of it happened by accident.
Greenlight Financial Technology, which has developed an intelligent debit card for children, has scored $16 million from Amazon Alexa Fund, TTV Capital, Ally Financial and other investors.
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Teaching kids about debit and credit is one lesson every parent needs to address. After all, if you don’t teach them – who will?
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More Innovation to Come Under Leadership of Greenlight's New CTO Nancy Cox, Fintech Industry Veteran
For parents today, a company called Greenlight is offering a smart debit card that can be given to their kids, instantly reloaded with funds from a mobile app...
After your trial ends, pay just $4.99/month for the whole family. Includes up to five kids.