His father was away on a tour and he did not have sufficient money. How would you spend your money if the government paid for your food? The total estimate was around five hundred dollars. Once in a while I go to see a dance-recital or a stage play with my friends.
My pocket money has helped me to learn how to spend wisely and save simultaneously. Though the amount is meager it helps me very often to buy something of great use.
All right thank you Mathew. A child can spend his pocket money as he or she likes. I spend the money in purchasing good books, dictionary and pen for my use. If your rich you can buy whatever you want usually.
Vicki, 14, Oxfordshire I normally spend my pocket money on things like stationery or magazines. I spend my money on all sorts of things, drinks and food, clothes and just bits and bobs really.
I often buy things for my little sister out of it. I do not save money as a miser but save for future use. Anna, 11, Ayrshire I used to spend it on phone credit, and sweets. Do you have a basis of experience with that.
I stay at home. I save up for games, skateboards and clothes. They give it especially on festivals and fairs. At these times we forget what is important and go on a massive spending spree. Or do you try and save your pocket money - or spend it on something other than snacks?
Whatever you do, e-mail and let us know. Becca, 12, Aylesbury I have been trying to buy less sweets and stuff because I am saving up for a I-pod. Dwayne, 14, Liverpool I spend my pocket money on sweets but I mostly save it for something I want to buy for that month.
This experience really helped me in the future. My mum gets most of my clothes for me, and buys me Mizz magazine every two weeks. I make a point of never buying on credit or, borrowing money from my friends in the school or outside. After spending all of my money I realized that I forgot about what I needed most.
Sometimes parents guide a child as how to spend it wisely. I go out with my mum at the weekend and she will usually buy me one thing like a CD or some clothes. Last year I gave my mummy a pleasant surprise by presenting her with a beautiful watch on her marriage anniversary.
Whatever money I have not spent by the end of the month goes to my library fund. Does what you buy with your pocket money during the week differ from weekends and holidays? Some children get a little pocket money daily their parents do not trust them with a large sum, fearing that they may lose or miss-spend it.
I had bought it from the savings of my pocket money. Once I helped Jerry to pay his school fee out of my pocket money. My father is a businessman. Luke, 14, Newcastle I get pocket money but I only get 5. For after all, I do not go there for a meal. Louise, 14, Birmingham I save up my pocket money then buy something that is worth buying.
Lottie, 11, Yately I save up my pocket money during the week so I can go clothes shopping at the weekend! I get a fiver a week at the end of two months I give 20 pounds to charities and 20 pounds for parties or clothes.
It is easy to spend, but to spend wisely is a bit difficult. I save it now, and buy useful things.Pocket money is money that you get that you can spend. It may be that your parents and caregivers give you money every now and again, or you may get a regular amount of money, for example every week or once a month.
The pocket money provided by my brother is only five rupees out of which I spend two rupees towards my Tiffin. With the remaining three rupees I spend according to my own sweet will either in visiting a movie of great importance or on an outing or in visiting places of historical or cultural importance.
As the BBC runs into controversy over a memo about targeting children's pocket money, we ask six youngsters how they spend their cash Diane Taylor Wed 20 Mar EST First published on Wed. Before you know it, you’ve spent all your money and realize you still need more.
I once had an experience like this that helped me with my money in the future. On my tenth birthday I had gained a large amount of money from friends and family. How I spent my pocket money. When it comes to youth, the most exciting bit is usually when parents give pocket money.
Whichever amount it is, pocket money always provides one with the chance to enjoy the little tidbits that excite any youngster. I spend my pocket money on sweets but I mostly save it for something I want to buy for that month.
Afsana, 12, Bolton I get 5 pound a week and I spend it on ice skating.Download