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  • Mom, Why Don't People Talk about Money?

    Money is often a taboo topic at the dinner table – but why is that? After all, how can children learn to handle money if they never even talk about it? And what influence do parents actually have on their children's financial habits?

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Get Digipigi Now

Digipigi is available in four fun colors from all Credit Suisse branches. The digital money box responds with facial expressions and sounds when you deposit money or transactions are made on a related Viva Kids account. There are also Digipigi apps for parents and children.

Digipigi in pink
Reaching saving goals

It's Easier to Save if You Know why You're Doing it

Clémence, Amare, Nicole, and Cédric have awesome hobbies and big saving goals. Can these four kids make their dreams come true? Watch our videos to discover how the Digipigi can help with saving.

Kid with Digipigi
Drawing contest for kids

What Would Your 100-Franc Bill Look Like?

The design for the new 100-franc bill is still unknown. What do you think it could look like? Join in on our huge drawing contest and show us how you would design the 100-franc bill. With a little luck, you could win one of three Caran d’Ache sets, engraved with your name. The most beautiful works of art will be published in Viva Kids World.

The prize for the drawing contest.

Why Can't Our Family Afford That?

Ski vacations, summer camps, or a new smartphone are not exactly cheap, and so are not a matter of course for all families. How can parents explain to their children why they cannot afford certain things, or would rather not? Daniel Betschart of Pro Juventute provides an answer.

Mother talking with boy.
Credit Suisse Pocket Money Study

Learning How to Manage Money Properly

On behalf of Credit Suisse, more than 14,000 Swiss people were surveyed for the 2017 pocket money study – with some exciting results: It was revealed that while parents certainly feel they are responsible for teaching their children how to manage money, priorities and values vary depending on the region, as well as other factors. The study also showed that children are more sensible than many parents think.

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Four children holding Digipigis

Is Money Bad for Your Character?

Research tells us: It is important for children to take on financial responsibilities; one franc in weekly pocket money per school year is enough; and shopping makes us happy – even when we don't buy anything.

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Boy wearing glasses, who looks like an accountant

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Due to high demand, the delivery time for the Digipigi can take up to six weeks.

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