When pocket money goes digital: How the children’s account sector is evolving

Download our free paper to get original research, data-driven analysis, and expert commentary and predictions on the children’s account sector and use of mobile apps.

We’ve spoken to industry experts, polled 1,000 children, and studied the key trends for this paper, which explores how kids are using banking and pocket money apps to manage their money and learn about personal finance.

This feature includes the findings of our survey of children aged 10 to 15, as well as insights from experts at Canvas8, gohenry, Manchester Metropolitan University, Nationwide Building Society, nimbl and Starling Bank.

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