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Just 17 percent of teens said they know a lot about how to manage money, according to the survey. Approximately 24 percent of teens incorrectly think that using a debit card is borrowing the bank's money instead of using their own. Overall, 44 percent get most of their money from a job outside of their home, while 30 percent get it from an allowance.
Parents have their hands full when it comes to preparing their children to handle money responsibly, the survey indicates.
Almost 12 percent of teens said they don't get any help at home with managing their money, according to the survey. Just under 15 percent of teens ages 15 to 17 said they don't get any help at home on managing finances. About 52 percent of teens said the majority of their financial learning happens at home. But 35 percent of parents said they're prepared to talk to their children about drugs and alcohol while just 26 percent are prepared to discuss finances with their teens. Deseret News