WIN - Zillionz Digital Counting Money Jar.
So, Make saving fun and get your child started on the savings path with the Zillionz Digital Counting Money Jar. Just drop your coins into the automatic counter slot of the Zillions Counting Money Jar and watch this bank count all your money. This "smart" bank recognizes the amount of each coin. It automatically adds the value of each coin to your total, so you can track your money as it grows toward your next financial goal. No more having to empty a bank and count the change to find out how much you have saved! The clear container allows you to watch your savings grow. Unscrew the top of the sturdy plastic jar at any time to take your money out.
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In today’s down-turned economy, everyone is asking: “What do I do with my money? How do I do it? Where do I start?” Sometimes the easiest and simplest ways make “cents.” That’s the premise behind the launch of the website and online retailer, Make More Cents – products and services to help you save. Born from the passion of business entrepreneur and retail expert, Chris Hayman, Make More Cents is about saving early and often. Chris began Make More Cents out of his belief that every penny counts. He feels that saving money is a process, and if taught and encouraged at a young age, can be fun and lead to a life of financial security, even in today’s environment.
Make More Cents offers a variety of products, providing practical and fun tools that encourage the importance of saving money. From ceramic piggy banks, coin sorters, and money jars, to a savings and money management software program and “Create Your Own Bank Kit,” Make More Cents empowers parents to teach their children the value of saving. They learn skills such as money management, discipline and goal-setting, which translate into prudent spending habits and productive financial lives.