Known as “National Transfer Money to Your Daughter’s Account Day,” October 6 means exactly what you think it does — a day where parents transfer money into their daughters’ bank account. What a great day to be a daughter, right? Simply put in your request, and (if you’re lucky), your parents will oblige.
National Transfer Money to Your Daughter Day - History
This online payment system drastically changed the way people transfer money in the modern world.
September 2, 1969
First ATM installed
Chemical Bank was the first bank to ever install an ATM at its branch in New York.
Western Union launched wire transfers
The company still exists today, and wire transfers have seen a number of changes throughout the years.
National Transfer Money to Your Daughter Day Activities
1. Send your daughter a surprise
Who doesn't love money? Especially when it shows up in your bank account unexpectedly? Make your daughter's day extra special by sending her a surprise.
2. Take your daughter shopping
Another great way to treat your daughter on National Transfer Money to Your Daughter Day is to take her shopping. Makes the day extra special for you, too!
3. Give your daughter a gift card
Rather than putting money in your daughter's account, give her a gift card to her favorite store. She will love that just as much as she will love money in her account.
3 Ways To Celebrate Transfer Money To Your Daughter Day — Without A Daughter
1. Send money to someone else.
Whether it be your son, your parents, or a friend, do a nice deed and send someone something!
2. Send money to yourself
You don't have to technically send money to yourself, but you can simply set a bit of money aside to buy something nice for yourself.
3. Revel in the fact that you're saving money
If you don't have a daughter, this day can simply mean that you celebrate not having to transfer money to anyone. Congrats!
Why We Love National Transfer Money to Your Daughter Day
A. One more reason to show your daughter you love her
Why not give your daughter even more love, with something that you know she'll actually use? National Transfer Money to Your Daughter Day is the perfect way to do this.
B. Help your daughter out when she's in need
Some kids are not always willing to take money from their parents when they need it, but if there is a holiday giving them reason to, they may say "why not?"
C. Feel the goodness of giving
Giving can feel so good. And for maybe some selfish reasons, National Transfer Money to Your Daughter Day is a great way to give yourself that boost of giving to someone else.