Most often, residents of the North-West, Ural, and Siberian federal districts open accounts or have cards for children, according to the results of a survey conducted by Otkrytie Bank, TASS reports.
The survey showed that 24 per cent of the residents of the Northwestern Federal District who took part in the survey opened a bank account or got a card for their children. In the Urals and Siberia, the figure is 23 per cent each. In the Far East and North Caucasus, 9 per cent of children have cards or accounts. It is noted that 44 per cent of the respondents said they are going to get a card for their child.
It is reported that 22 per cent of respondents are ready to give a child the right to buy something on their own at 7-10 years old, 29 per cent, at 10-13 years old, 26 per cent, at 13-16 years old, 9 per cent, at 16-17 years old. It is also specified that 48 percent of respondents believe that 3,000 rubles a month are enough for a high school student’s pocket money, 34 per cent named up to 5,000 rubles as enough amount, and 10 per cent, 5,000-10,000 rubles.