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I don't want a "job, job" and I'm under age to get one. What kind of chores do parents seem to not like doing? Convincing ways to get allowance? Thanks!

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Do any chores, ask for an allowance, mow lawns/shovel driveways, walk dogs, baby sit

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Well, you can ask your parents. But you "should" help out just because you are a member of a family and household.

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get a job that pays good money

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wash dishes or do laundry.

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How I make money:
1- stocks and bonds
2- stockings and bondage
3- chicken stock and James Bond

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taking out the garbage and washing dishes. discuss with your parents and you and your parents decide a good but fair price that you both agree on. some money better than no money. my pop always tells me to save up the money and if you want something spend a little.

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well, i haven't done chores in a while, i usually dust, vaccum, mop the floors, wash and put away the dishes, put away groceries, laundry, clean my room, clean the bathrooms, take out the trash, (in the summer, do the plants), set and UN-set the table, that should get you a 5 dollar allowance each week.

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now I'm kind of scared, there are kids less than fourteen years old with ask.com accounts. I am seriously doubting the lagitamicy of any answers now.

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how to get lots of money in five easy steps (got 714 dollars just in the bank!)
step one: get a job like babysitting dog washing dog sitting cleaning ect
step two: put the money in the bank. dont take any out ecept for expensives
step three: do different jobs different times of year.
step four: try to get about one dollar or some amount of cents a day and put it in a jar
step five: put all of it in the bank and it will build up so you can take money out a spend it keep on doing the four other steps though.

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help ur neighbors with chores around there yard ...

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Cosplay cafe

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i cant rally say what i do because i culd go back to juvi but id "find" anything then sell it

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Wait till u get older

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Right now, I would pay my children to pick up the rubbish around the lawn and to weed the garden.

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Work for yourself. Think about your neighborhood. Is there a need for goods or services that no one else is providing? Offer to bathe or trim your neighbors’ pets for a fee. Teach others to play instruments. Do work that others often don’t want to do, such as washing windows or cleaning. (Ephesians 4:28) Being self-employed requires that you be self-motivated, disciplined, and willing to take the initiative.Don’t rush into an enterprise before studying all the costs and factors involved. (Luke 14:28-30) First, talk it over with your parents and others who have performed similar work. Make sure you don’t let your view of money become unbalanced. (Luke 12:15) In some parts of the world, youths have no choice but to work long hours to help their families survive. If, however, you’re not in that situation, why become unbalanced. According to most experts, working more than 20 hours a week while attending school is excessive and counterproductive. Some suggest devoting no more than eight to ten hours a week to work. (Ecclesiastes 4:6)

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