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What is the difference between goHenry and other spending solutions aimed at children and teenagers?

Frequently Asked Questions > Getting Started with goHenry > What is the difference between goHenry and other spending solutions aimed at children and teenagers?

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What is the difference between goHenry and other spending solutions aimed at children and teenagers?

Since we started out with goHenry a number of online spending solutions have emerged. To help you understand what makes goHenry different to these, we've outlined the main differences below:

goHenry provides the option to customise your card, Push notifications tell you where the card has been used and how much was spent, you can set tasks and these will be paid for automatically any day of the week you choose, both parents and children can login to their own view of the app, the limits and rules you can set on your account give you much more choice. Choose where the card can be used as well as how much can be spent each week, on each spend and how much can be withdrawn from a cashpoint. You and your children can set savings goals. Decide how much you want to save and when you want to save it for and goHenry will work out how much pocket money you need to save each week and automaticllay move this to your savings goal.

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What is the difference between using a high street bank account for my child and using goHenry?

Whereas most high street banks will only provide your child with a debit card from the age of 5, goHenry has been designed from the ground up specifically for children aged 6-18 and their parents. goHenry was set up by a group of parents and friends who wanted to help children learn the value of Continue Reading...

Can I do monthly pocket money payments rather than weekly payments?

If you'd like to pay your child monthly pocket money, rather than weekly. You can do this by doing a 'quick transfer' from the homescreen of the website or mobile app each month. In order to stop paying weekly pocket money login to the website or mobile app and go to 'Rules'. Click 'edit' and Continue Reading...

How does my child set up a savings goal?

In order to set up a savings goal your child needs to login to their account through the online account or mobile app. If they click on 'Saving' then they'll see a button labelled 'add a goal'. A pop-up will appear where they can name their saving goal and decide on the total amount they Continue Reading...