You've got a much bigger problem than finding ways to make money. You've got a set of dysfunctional parents who are in serious need of couples counseling and skills training in how to parent. Most 15 year olds, like me when I was that age, were making money mowing lawns, shoveling snow, delivering newspapers, etc. You need to talk to an adult you can trust about how to help your parents cut the apron strings. It may come as a shock to them, but you're growing up. Good luck!
When I was 14, my cash came from washing, waxing, and detailing cars. Friends of my parents' cars. I would get about 20 dollars a pop, and that was 25 years ago. This might be something your parents would consider letting you do, especially If your clientele came to you.
well dude you can just do some work behind your parents back its not like their gonna know. if they ask say you got curricular activities to do. so you know their off your back.. aha but really you could get paid by helping your elders or other people who will need help.. btw if your parents work you also get money from them from your social security its how it works now a days. its basically your money
I made a ton of cash at your age by cleaning gutters on single family or one story homes. Would charge $5 dollars per side regardless of length with a two side minimum. Would drop debris where it came out of the gutter if their was a sidewalk or driveway would charge a buck extra to NOT drop it there! I passed out a simple flyer one week in advance and then knocked on the door the next week. I carried a ladder and bucket from house to house. Not only had regular repeat customers, but had a car, insurance, and legal plates at my 16th birthday. Go for it buddy!