How much money does parents spend on their newborn child until 18?
a lot of money
parents spend roughly around 450$
$100 mine spend $250
They can spend for the first year $1000 per child that's about $2500 per average house hold.
it depends if they are boring parents they might not spend $2 If they are cool parents they will spend at least $75 a year I If they are rich they will probably spend gobs and gobs of money every month!!!!!!
If he is the father he should be able to see his child, yes, so he could take his newborn with him as long as he can feed him etc. Both parents have a need to spend time with their child and get to know him. Dads are as good as moms. However in the beginning you usually try to isolate yourself a bit since they don't have much of a immune system but it… Read More
the one child policy is actually good for the economy because parents don't have to spend so much money on so many kids. so that money is saved and that is definitely good for the economy.
Parents affect the life of a child the most. The parents affect a child by the way they treat them, love them, and how they spend their time with them. Children look to their parents before anyone else.
they spend about $500,000,000,099 on their kids in the US.
The amount of money that parents spend on baby toys depends on the parent. Some parents are happy to spend a few dollars on each toy, others may go to the extreme and spend hundreds of dollars on toys.
20-30% of your income
Not enough. :)
The pro is that they will see something that they like and they will ask their parents to buy it for them. This is good for the manufacturer because he sells his product and good for the family if they want to know what their child will like so they can buy them something they want. The con is that if the parents don't want to get it their child will pester them constantly and… Read More
Teenagers spend about $100 Billion a year, and children under the age of 12 spend $11 billion of their own money, and influence 75%, about $165 Billion of their parents money per year.
There are various reasons why a parent might send their child to work. For example some parents need an extra means of money, like they can't afford to support their children without some extra income. It can also be like they want to teach their child some responsibility for when they get older and get a better job when they move out, or they just want their child to have money to spend on items… Read More
233-426 dollars per child
Then don't bring your money or take your money or even try to have money, then you wont have any money to spend. Tee hee
Almost every child argues with their parents. A positive relationship just means - you spend time together - you enjoy the time you spend together - Not bad mouthing each other It is pretty simple, if you and your parents get along then the chances are you have a positive relationship
because it helps girls leisure time to spend all there parents money
Planning to use their credit card? Bad idea. You can get in big trouble. Using your own money? There's no law that says you have to tell your parents what you buy or how much you spend.
It is estimated that as parents in Canada, you can expect to spend about $12,825 per year on each child. That is $1,070 per month.
The state sets the rates for child support. If he has paid up and is not in arrears, then the money is his to spend.
Is there an abatement for child support for extended periods of time with the non-custodial parents?
You can file a petition to modify child support based on significant contact. If you fall into such category you may get a reduction in overall child support or payments may be suspended during the significant contact period you have with the child. It would be a lot easier to ask the other party, if you are on good terms to simply prepare a joint agreement to modify the matter, however, like most misalligned primary… Read More
It depends on the child, but usually yes, kids spend more time watching tv/playing video games/updating their social networking page, than talking to their parents.
depends on what is liked in intrest of this child but probally no more than 100.00
Well they are paying for it with tax payers money when the teen parents can not support their child. They spend lots of money on daycare and programs so the moms dropping out of high school (60%) will be able to go to school and finish their education. Teen pregnancies cost the US government 8 billion a year.
Well then the best thing to do is ask the child what they would like to do... after all they have to spend the rest of there time with that parent and they should be happy
If you need to ask how much money you will get paid then you cant afford to be a foster parent. You will need to spend every dime on the child plus more. Shame on anyone that would do this for the money. Shame shame shame. The kids have already been abused enough then you have people that want to take advantage of them.
Depending on how much importance was placed on hygiene by the child's parents while the child was being raised. Everyone will spend different amounts of time depending on who they are.
As a fellow babysitter, the most important thing is to have fun with the child. Spend time with the child to know what he/she likes. This gives you an advantage and if the child likes you, they will tell their parents. The other thing you have to pay attention to is what the parents say like the child's naptime and what they are and not allowed to play with. If you have fun with the… Read More
It is a privilege and good practice to save money as a kid and morally parents should allow them to use their saved money to spend for themselves. However, until you grow up to be an adult nothing technically is yours, everything belongs to your parents.
Not automatically, and not in states where it extends beyond the age of majority. There are no laws that require the obligee parent to spend the money on the child. See related links below.
one hour a day in face to face play This depends on the parents and family. if you only have one child and spend all day with them it's quite a lot compared to if you have more kids and also deals with the housework.
of course he is real just think would your parents ever spend that much money on gifts for you??? If I got my gifts from my parents, it would cost them probably a thousand dollars!
Annie does not really babysit any bad children. Grayer X was a good child, but his parents did not spend any time with him which caused him alot of grief. She tries her best to get him to lighten up a little bit and get his parents to spend time with him, but it does not work.
A minor's parents have the right to determine who their child is allowed to spend time with. If they say you can't date someone, then you can't. When you turn 18 you can date whoever you want.
If a minor child is being abused or neglected, the obligated parent paying the child support can (and should) request an investigation by the state's department of child protective services. The court does not monitor the use of child support monies if the child has not been neglected, abused or is living in an environment which could be considered unsuitable. For example, if the minor child is not receiving necessities, food, clothing, medical care, education… Read More
Time and money are fungible. If you are short of time, you can spend money to have others do time-consuming chores for you. If you are short of money, you can spend your time doing time-consuming chores for others in exchange for money. One rarely hears of a woman crying over the fact that her husband's long hours on the job provided enough money to pay for a heart transplant for her child.
On average, parents spend about 4 hours on weekdays with children, if the parents work. They spend more time with the children on weekends.
Well, unless your child has a full ride scholarship, you certainly will have to spend some money. Whether you consider that a "loss" or not probably depends on whether your child takes his or her education seriously, and whether that education has enough value for the future that you can consider it an "investment" instead. :)
Generally, in a divorce when one parent is awarded the custody of the children, the other parent is ordered to pay child support so the child can share in the standard of living of both parents. It is the amount of money the non custodial parent must pay to help meet the expenses associated with raising their child on a daily basis. When determining the amount of child support, the courts must consider the state… Read More
you can spend your money for anything important...
Yes. Until you turn 18 they get to determine who you're allowed to spend time with.
Clothes, Shoes, Snacks(vending machines, fast food, gas stations, etc.), Movies, Parties, Fashion accessories. Anything they see that they want. They usually just spend it at one place unless they have a lot. but it hardly ever lasts longer than a week before the spend it again and then get more money from their parents.
yes it is equal rights, a child has the right to see both parents, the child also has a right to spend time at both houses of the parents if split up and should be able to go without the other parent but with their brothers or sisters if they have any. it is not fair for the child or other parent even if the other parent has drinking problems ext. let your ex see… Read More
If both parents are agreeable to the situation, or the parent wishing the child to pay his or her grandparents a visit receives permission from the court that issued the custodial order.
he would protest against it and deny it all... then he would go out and spend money on prostitutes
No, often parents (or other adults) can get pretty spoiled too, particularly if they have a lot of spare money to spend on themselves.
they spend money to use as expense
If you spend the money on the children in foster care, there is no income. It is meant to be spent like child support...... on the kids. If you get into foster care for the money then you are doing it for all the wrong reasons.
Appropriate Amount to Spend Are you trying to delight the child, or impress the parents? I can't imagine a child under five being excited about money-- but maybe I am totally old-fashioned. Ask family for help in choosing something that will delight the child. If you're trying to impress the parents, the sky's the limit. Here are more answers from WikiAnswers contributors I don't think this is an unusual question. Money is well accepted for… Read More