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January 14th, 2010 - Category: My Job Chart was featured on ABC 15 in Phoenix Arizona.  Founder, Gregg Murset had a live 5 minute demonstration of a new site that is revolutionizing the way kids learn responsibility and work ethic.  Murset is a father of 6 children and has lived in Queen Creek, Arizona for the last 10 years.  He is also a Certified Financial Planner and is very concerned about kids learning the true value of a dollar. also recently became a sponsor on

What is MyJobChart?

January 14th, 2010 - Category: My Job Chart

My Job Chart is a free online chore chart for kids.  It allows parents to determine what chores are assigned to their children.  As kids do these chores they earn points.   These points accumulate and are then used to redeem rewards in the child’s own personalized reward store.  Through patent pending technology MJC sends either a text or email to parents each time jobs are completed or rewards are redeemed.

We encourage you to give it a try for FREE! Tell us what you think through our feedback form. We are always looking to improve.

There is Not a Money Tree in the Backyard!

January 13th, 2010 - Category: My Job Chart was created because a father of 6 in queen creek Arizona believes in that statement.  Gregg Murset is a certified financial planner and has worked with clients in the investment industry for over a decade.  Many of his clients are successful business owners that know the value of hard work.  These professional relationships have reinforced for him the importance of instilling these same values into his own children.

Gregg believes that so many kids these days are handed everything and don’t have to work for what they get.  In the long run this is ultimately to their detriment.  If kids grow up with a virtual money tree in the backyard it’s going to be hard for them to value hard work and responsibility. is a tool for parents that is revolutionizing how these principles are being taught and reinforced with children today