As a 13 year old how can I make money?

I'm at 13 year old girl. I realize that thinks in adult life are extremely expensive, and personally when I grow up I don't think I will earn a salary of 100,000 a year. I think it will be far less so I want to prepare now. I also want to make money to spend for fun things like going out, buying clothes,

I'm at 13 year old girl. I realize that thinks in adult life are extremely expensive, and personally when I grow up I don't think I will earn a salary of 100,000 a year. I think it will be far less so I want to prepare now. I also want to make money to spend for fun things like going out, buying clothes, getting my nails done, and other things. As a 13 y/o I can't get a job, at least a real one. I do have an allowance. I don't have any other form of income. Any tips of what I can do?

Best Answer:

Katherine: Awesome, I applaud your desire to earn money at such a young age.

When I was your age I would do some random work in the neighborhood throughout the year, like cutting grass, washing cars, racking leaves, weeding flower beds shoveling snow, etc. I also did some baby sitting on occasion. You can also try selling some baked goods. I've seen people sell cookies/brownies and other baked goods out of their locker at school and around the neighborhood. Dog walking and pet sitting are good too.

And don't set your sights too low on a future career/salary. Start looking at higher paying careers now that you'd be interested in. Then with a little planning, some research and hard work in school you can achieve a good paying job!

Other answer:

Katherine:
ask to be gary glitters house keeper

i heard he gives extras to young children too

Ricky:
Very difficult
babyboomer1001:
Babysitting.
Oldlady:
The best thing you can learn to do at your age is to save money and to bargain shop. It's something you will need to do through life. What good is earning money now if you are just going to blow it.

You can do what every other kid does. Babysit, dog sit, house sit, run errands for people, pull weeds, mow lawns, clean, wash windows and cars. Make up a flyer and pass it out to neighbors and people you know. (Not strangers)

But if you are just going to blow it, you will struggle all your life trying to learn to be sensible about money. At 13, you can do your own nails. Learn to make your own clothes. And you shouldn't be doing that much going out.

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