Nurturing Finance

Mother teaching how to saveTeach Your Children to Save with Our Savings Target Estimator

Empower Your Kids with Smart Money Habits

As a parent, you want to give your children the best start in life, including teaching them the value of money and saving. Our Savings Target Estimator isn’t just for adults – it’s a fantastic tool to help introduce your children to smart financial habits.

Why Introduce Your Child to Our Savings Target Estimator?

  • Educational and Fun: Turn learning about money into a fun, interactive experience your children will enjoy.

  • Builds Financial Awareness: Help your children understand the value of money and the importance of saving towards a goal.

  • Fosters Responsibility: Encourage your children to consider the future and take responsibility for their savings and expenditures.

  • Visual Engagement: Kids love seeing their progress! Our tool visually shows how small savings add up over time, making it exciting and motivational.

How to Use It With Your Child:

  1. Set a Goal Together: Sit down with your child and decide on a savings goal. It could be a new toy, books, or money for a school trip.

  2. Discuss the Timeline: Talk about when they’d like to achieve their goal and help them understand the concept of time-saving.

  3. Track Contributions: Each time they add money to their savings, enter the amount in the calculator and see the progress.

  4. Celebrate Achievements: When they reach their goal, celebrate their success! It’s a great way to reinforce positive behavior.

Start Teaching Valuable Life Skills Today

It’s never too early to start teaching your children about money. Use our Savings Target Estimator to show them how saving money can help them achieve their dreams. Ready to get started?

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Future Saving Calc


The total amount of money you need to save to reach your goal.
Amount of money you have already saved towards this goal.
How much money you can save each month towards your goal.
How often you will contribute to the savings (e.g., monthly, bi-weekly, weekly).
The interest rate at which your savings will grow annually. This could be the interest rate of a savings account, investment return, etc.
How often the interest is added to the account balance (e.g., annually, semi-annually, quarterly, monthly).
The time period within which you aim to achieve your goal, usually specified in months or years.
The time period within which you aim to achieve your goal, usually specified in months or years.
When you begin saving towards your goal.
Option to add any one-time contributions along with the timings of these contributions.


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