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Review: Money Savvy Piggy Bank - slicing up the pork

You'll never look at a piggy bank the same way again

Money Savvy Generation has a new twist on an old idea and brings back the very basics in personal finance education. The Money Savvy Pig has 4 different slots: save, spend, donate, invest. This is a great way to start the discussion going in your family about what your goals are.

Not only that, the Pig comes with labels that you an affix to a spot above each slot so you can keep your eye on the prize. Saving for a beach vacation? Looking to invest money for a college education? Or maybe someone really wants a new pair of ice skates. Label it and you'll be motivated to save.


Pros & Cons of the Money Savvy Pig

  • This is a great gift for families and kids and pre-teens.
  • It might not go over so well for a teenager becuase as cool as this pig is, it's not, you know, an iPod.
  • The Money Savvy Pig comes in a variety of colors including blue, green, pink, purple and clear.
  • At only $19.99 the Money Savvy Pig won't, excuse the pun, break the bank!
  • A family might want to purchase more than one to have a place for everyone's goals.

For more information on the Money Savvy Pig, and Money Savvy Generation website creator, Susan Beacham, visit or visit Susan's blog.

Happy saving!


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