The age at which a child becomes financially independent can vary greatly depending on factors such as their career path, income level, and personal circumstances. Some people may become financially independent in their teens or early twenties, while others may not achieve financial independence until their thirties or later. It’s important to remember that there is no one-size-fits-all answer, and what may be considered “normal” can differ greatly depending on the individual. It’s helpful to have open and honest conversations with your child about their financial goals and plans, and to provide guidance and support as they work towards financial independence.
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