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Most Czech children receive pocket money, money aside, however, postponed only half

PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Some money aside from his pocket a deferred 57 percent of Czech children and young people aged five to 26 years, regular pocket money from their parents but gets up to 82 percent of them. Through the results of its survey on Wednesday informed that ING Bank.

A survey of World Bank ING savings showed that a large proportion of children aged five to 26 years (38 percent) receive money from their parents as needed. Another 32 percent receive regular weekly or monthly allowance. A fifth of the children come "to their" due to extraordinary motivational rewards for good grades and home help. Allowance receives 18 percent of children.

Generations of parents today received yet more money on a regular basis, which experts as positive and motivating."For a child is certainly nice to know that if you need money, they can tell their parents about them, and if there is a relevant requirement, so it gets," said Libor Vanicek, Director of Retail Banking ING Bank CR. Against this, in the case of a regular pocket money, in his words, the child can postpone the party to set a goal and look forward to it until it reaches its efforts. "Then I see great positive. Addition, such a person carries a savings discipline from childhood into adulthood with them, when it was certainly appreciated by myself," said Vanicek.

According to the answers of the respondents is 43 percent of children accustomed to saving at all, and despite the fact that most of them receive some form of pocket money. Adults Czechs are better. Whether regularly or irregularly, saves 78 percent of them.

If we look at the way of savings today's children, the younger, aged 15 years, mostly in saving cash into money boxes (65 percent). With increasing age begins youth often skimp on its own account. At the age of 20 to 26 years, it is already 33 percent of respondents. Less than a fifth of children in parents saving, either in cash or on their behalf.

Today's youth, like their parents' generation usually saves for toys, clothing, sporting goods, electronics or gifts for their loved ones.

"The survey results confirm the old adage, what you learn in youth, in old age like you find," says research director of the main conclusions Vanicek. According to him, on today's adults, who were accustomed in their childhood to save, much better than the group nespořících.

ING Bank CR survey is repeated monthly on-line inquiries on a representative sample of the population, whose aim is to identify potential savings and savings index of Czech households. The data presented here are for the period from April to September 2012. Questioning respondents participated in 1500 in Bohemia and Moravia at the age of 18-60 years.

Jan Soukup,

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