Article preview: When do you plan to stop paying pocket money to your children? Your expectations could differ from those of your kids, according to new research. The findings of the research included that 57% of children want to keep getting pocket money until they start their first job. The research from Halifax found that 21% of 8 to 15-year-old children expect to keep getting pocket money until their 18th birthday. However, the average age at which parents plan to stop paying pocket money is 17, with 11% of parents saying they will stop paying the pocket money at age 15 or younger.
Deciding how much pocket money to pay
This 436-word blog post considers new pocket money research from Halifax. Written on 23rd August 2020.
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