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Teenagers are old enough to know that their in-app purchases are costing you real money, but they may not always stop to think of the consequences of running up the bill. And to be fair, even adults can fail to realize how quickly those small purchases can add up. Knowing how to turn off the ability to make in-app purchases can prevent your teen from running up your bill.

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We dug through the report and pulled out some of the most interesting facts and charts. For the first time in the survey's history, teens are spending as much on food as they are on clothing. Starbucks remains the perennial favorite among all teens for food-and-drink spending, according to the survey.

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Trends showing up among teens include a focus on diversity and sustainability, adventurous palates, love of culinary self-expression, and a desire for functional food. Their interest in diversity goes further to include people of different shapes, sizes, and abilities. Teens also have more interest than Millennials in issues around food waste, packaging, fair trade, food production, plant-based beef alternatives, sustainability, and human labor.

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The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Being a parent in the Digital Age can mean it's difficult to balance privacy and parental protection.

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A lot of different things, according to some new research data, although overall teenage spending does appear to be down from the previous year. When it comes to female teens, fashionable athletic apparel is hot, amounting to 17 percent of spending total, while Nike is the most popular brand at 21 percent, followed by American Eagle 8 percentForever 21 7 percentRalph Lauren 6 percent and Hollister 4 percent. Among upper-income teenage females, beauty products amounted to 10 percent of overall spending, which is the highest percent the survey has seen in 10 years, according to Piper Jaffray.

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American teenagers may spend a lot of time on their smartphones but when it comes to getting paid and spending their money, they prefer cash. The survey, conducted by Wakefield Research between in July, polled 1, teenagers between the ages of 13 and Certified financial planner Ivory Johnson isn't surprised by the popularity of cash.

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While the study analyzes responses from parents with children agedthe following results pertain solely to those parents with children aged Examining categories in which an adult makes the purchases, the report finds — not surprisingly — that teens are most likely to have at least some degree of influence over purchases the adults make for them:. When it comes to categories in which households have made a purchase during the prior year, parents were most likely to ascribe some degree of purchase influence to their teens in the following areas see chart at the top of this article :.

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Where are they now? Just like we did, they still waste their money on whatever sounds good in the moment —like a pack of tacos or that new indie-rock album. Teens spend a majority of their cash on fashion, according to research from investment bank Piper Jaffray. No surprise here: Teens are constantly snacking.

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Amazon has shifted is attention towards teenagers. The company announced on Wednesday a new method for teens to shop using their parents' Amazon account -- but with more freedom. Minors ages 13 through 17 will now be allowed to create their own login and independently shop on the Amazon app, instead of using their parents' account log in.

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Should teens have credit cards? Teens today are consumers, pumping billions of dollars into the economy, so there's something to be said about teaching them to use credit cards responsibly before they go off to college or out on their own. Credit cards offer convenience, but their main purpose should be to establish a good credit history so when the time comes your teen can:. The best way to learn is often by doing.

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