Should 13-year-olds get their own payment cards?

Some parents may want their children to carry more cards, such as the public transport cards they already own, instead of having more cash on them.
Some parents may want their children to carry more cards, such as the public transport cards they already own, instead of having more cash on them.PHOTO: PEXELS.COM

SINGAPORE - If you have a 13-year-old daughter, you probably still regard her as your "baby" and want to shower her with lots of care and protection.

While she is growing up and being entrusted with more freedom with her friends, you still keep a close watch. But imagine the shock the day she comes home brandishing a new cashless payment card sporting a Visa logo.

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