How to Manage your Piggy Bank

By: Muna wa Wanjiru

Undoubtedly the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the words "Piggy bank" is that of a fat little ceramic pig, painted an eye-catching cartoon pink which you, or someone you know, had at some point or other.

This need not be the case of course, and there are many respectable looking piggy banks out there that don't necessarily need to advertise to the whole world that it's a piggy bank. If you deem yourself above such frivolous things then you probably don't have a piggy bank anyway.

Instead you probably have a cookie jar, or a tin, filled with all the extra pennies, quarters and other change that's always rolling around your pockets.

But if you've unashamedly kept the one you had since childhood intact, or you're just an old softie and have your own little piggy bank then this is as good place to start as any for your coin collecting hobby.

Hopefully you won't need to crack the piggy open to get to your coins, but when needs must!

Most piggy banks come well guarded against such contingencies however, and you should find a convenient little stoppered hole on the underbelly of your wealthy little piggy bank.

You won't necessarily find any rare coins but you will most likely find a few interesting pieces and enough to keep your interest fuelled and raring to get on to the next little piggy bank you've got hidden in the corner of your closet.

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