Should I give my 20 year old daughter money or is she old enough to make her own way?
- EdnaLv 72 weeks ago
You don't need to give her any money for anything. Your 20-year-old daughter is old enough to get a job and make her own money.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
At 20 she should have a job and be supporting herself.
- ?Lv 61 month ago
I’ve been on my own since 18, sorry no sympathy for her here
- Ranchmom1Lv 71 month ago
Our girls started working part time when they were in high school.
There is no reason that a 20 year old needs financial support from parents.
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- LLv 41 month ago
Is she a toddler or in preschool? This is the category you've posted this in......
Anyway, she needs to have a job, her own place and living on her own. DO NOT give her any money!
- something fishyLv 71 month ago
Id never hand a 20 year old money. They need to work for it.
Did they vacuum the house, clean floors
Walk the dog clean up poop
If they live with you they should be paying and helping.
Daily they should be looking for work
- pit bulls biteLv 72 months ago
wait till she is out of high school
- 2 months ago
What are her circumstances? What does she need it for? Will it be a gift or a loan? Will these requests be ongoing or is it a one-time request? Do you agree with her buying the item she needs money for.
What are your circumstances? Can you afford to give/lend the money? Would you buy the item as a gift for her? Do you see the reason for her to ask for the money?
Talk to her so that you understand her position
- 2 months ago
Is time for her to earn her own money so she should have part time job that doesn’t interfere with college, this is for her to pay for small stuff like cloth, snacks, movies, phone, etc. And you can help her with big bills like college, car, etc.
If she’s not in school she should work full time and pay for everything by her own and hopefully she rather go back to school ;)
- jimanddottaylorLv 72 months ago
Depends on the circumstances. Hers and yours. If she is going to school and you have enough money, then I would say to give what you can. If she is temporarily out of work, and you have lots, then give it to her this one time.
If she has no good reason, then you should have not given her anything for the last 2 years