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Teenage years can be tricky. Between the ages of 14 and 16, young people are keen to become more independent, and you can help prepare them to manage their own money.
Andy Maddren - Dad to William and Lloyds Bank colleague shares ways you can help 14–16-year-olds towards financial independence.
Learning how to plan a budget and stick to it helps build financial independence. It’s at this age teenagers start to gain:
Just like adults, teenagers can be targeted by fraudsters.
From the age of 13 teenagers can get part-time jobs such as delivering newspapers, waitressing or stacking shelves.