Don’t fear if you’re too young to get a job at a restaurant or store. There are plenty of ways to earn money to buy that hot new CD, videogame or pair of jeans. Try selling these products and services to your parents, friends or neighbors. Be sure to check with your parents before you start your business. Tip: If you put $5 a week into a bank account that pays interest, you’ll save about $266 a year.
- Organize photographs, bookshelves or recipes
- Entertain kids at birthday parties with a “beauty parlor” or sports games
- Make personalized stationery on your computer
- Clean and organize attics and basements
- Teach computer skills
- Type papers
- Water plants when neighbors are away
- Wash windows
- Shovel snow
- Rake leaves
- Walk or take care of dogs
- Wrap gifts
- Baby sit
- Wash cars
- Deliver newspapers
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