Enter to #Win a Fortune Cookie Toolkit (4 Winners)

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Are you planning for your kiddos future yet? Using a Roth IRA is one way. This can help them pay for college, or even a first home if they keep saving.  Fortune Cookie is a company that developed a way to save for future, and have your kids help you at the same time. So many kids love to bake with their parents, So many kids love to bake with their parents, so why not combine the two and teach them to save at the same time. Katrina over at Top Notch Material is hosting a giveaway and wanting 4 of you to win your own box. We wanted in on this, so, here is your chance to win a box for yourself and check out the company at the same time. Before you enter for your chance to win, here are a few Here few benefits of the Fortune Cookie Toolbox:

Sponsored by Fortune Cookie Hosted by Top Notch Material

Planning for your kids future with a Roth IRA. Use Fortune Cookie as a tool to establish a savings account for your kids. As you and your kids bake, pay your kids for their hard work, packaging, and delivering the cookies, using a receipt to keep track of payment. One thing on planning is learning about a Using a Roth IRA instead of a 529. With the tax loophole, a Roth IRA will actually give them a much greater flexibility for withdrawal later in life.

Developing financial literacy in kids. Fortune Cookie presents kids with the opportunity to begin teaching them about finances and the importance of saving. Starting this learning journey young will help kids down the road to adulthood.

Bring cookies to encourage community engagement. Once you and your kids finish baking, and packaging, venture to local businesses to begin a friendly dialogue, this will give your kids a chance to engage with the local community and showcase your small business.

Want to win one? There will be 4 lucky winners to win a box!! Follow the Giveaway tools below for your chance to win one.

  • Giveaway runs from 3/8 to 3/22 at 11:59 pm EST
  • Chances of winning depend on entries received.
  • 18 years and older, US residents only
  • No PO BOX
  • Winning entry will be verified
  • Winner has 48 hours to reply to this notification email or another winner will be selected

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  1. Kristy Wolfgang says

    The 3 ingredient peanut butter cookie.

  2. Dana Moore says

    I’m a traditalist I guess good old chocolate chip for me

  3. Alisa Jenkins says

    My daughter and I love to make sugar cookies. They are quick and easy

  4. I love making chocolate chip cookies with them

  5. Stephanie H. says

    This sounds like a great way to get kids involved in the kitchen more and saving for their future too at the same time. We enjoy eating a lot of dark chocolate chunk cookies together.

  6. We love to make chocolate chip cookies together 🙂

  7. Katrina Dehart says

    My kids and I make potato chip cookies! It’s our favorite

  8. Paula Caudill says

    I love making oatmeal no bake cookies with my daughter.

  9. Rae Nelson says

    My kids and also my favorite cookie to make is a good ole chocolate chip cookie! Hint: we always Always add more chocolate chips than the recipes call for!

  10. Brittany Raisor says

    My kids and I love to make cut out cookies, because they love to decorate them. Mom doesn’t love cleaning the mess so much, but it’s worth it!

  11. Melissa Hartley says

    I have never made cookies with my 2 1/2 year old grandson Kobe but my youngest son Travis helped me make chocolate chip cookies back in the day

  12. Cheryl Everitt says

    I make snickerdoodles with my grandaughters.

  13. Robin Abrams says

    My favorite cookies to make with the grand kids are the peanut butter thumb print cookies

  14. My kids like making monster cookies!

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