The Right Age for Allowance.

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Description ► Book ► Facebook ► Twitter ► Welcome to the Positive Parenting Solution of the Week! This week's tip will help you consider the correct time to offer an allowance to your child, and the concept of delayed gratification. Parents often give their children an allowance (British English: pocket money) for their miscellaneous personal spending, and also to teach them money management at an early age. Our average pocket money is $100 or less, therefore: age 4-9= $3.00 10-11= $6.00 12-15= $13.00 15+ work outside the home. (Based on surveys, not a suggestion.) For more strategies on how to reduce sibling competition and deal with the sibling squabbles in the moment, please visit: Join me again next week here at: http://AskAmy.TV Media-savvy parenting expert, Amy McCready, is a regular guest on national television and radio and is frequently quoted in print and on the web. She is a knowledgeable and high-energy guest who connects with parents at home with practical, solution-focused advice. Amy can speak on a wide range of topics from day-to-day discipline dilemmas to late breaking news. Parenting expert Amy McCready has been creating and delivering training programs for over 20 years in Fortune 500 companies and community organizations. Amy founded Positive Parenting Solutions, Inc. in 2004 and developed the popular and successful Breakthrough Course that has changed the lives of thousands of parents through in-person seminars, speeches and online parenting training webinars. Due to demand from parents around the country and abroad, Positive Parenting Solutions Online was developed in 2008 to give parents everywhere the skills, knowledge and tools to correct their children's misbehavior permanently without nagging, reminding or yelling. She speaks to them "one-on-one" through the most advanced and thorough Web 2.0 parenting course available today. Amy McCready is frequently asked to provide expert parenting advice for print and online parenting articles. She is a sought after keynote speaker, writer, parenting coach, spokesperson, trainer and most importantly -- Mom! Amy McCready's Parenting Guide: "If I Have To Tell You One More Time...The Revolutionary Program That Gets Your Kids To Listen Without Nagging, Reminding or Yelling", parenting expert and founder of the popular Positive Parenting Solutions Online course, Amy McCready presents a nag and yell free program for compassionately, yet effectively, correcting misbehaviors. Amy's book "If I Have To Tell You One More Time..." available now at: AMAZON: KINDLE: ITUNES: Parenting is a big job—and that's why we're here to help. Whether you're facing the terrible twos or the trying teens, our online course will help you replace nagging, reminding and yelling with Tool Box solutions that work every time. Start right away for free with 14-day access to Session 1 of our 6-session course. ►

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