- In 2023, earning and saving money are higher priority for kids than schoolwork, being nice to siblings or upping their recycling efforts, according to a OnePoll study
- Kids using NatWest Rooster Money goals are aiming to save an ambitious £697.11 each - amounting to a whopping £6.7bn when scaled to the UK as a whole
- These impressive goals show the importance of kids exploring money concepts in a safe space, to enable them to get to grips with its real value
- Physical reminders, routine and family and guardian support all emerged from the research as influential in seizing on new year’s resolutions and building key life skills early
New research has revealed the most popular New Year’s resolutions for British kids in 2023. Top of the list are parent-pleasing goals to keep their bedrooms tidy (18%), helping their parents more often (17.9%), and earning and saving money (17% each).
The research, conducted by OnePoll, suggests that 2023 is therefore going to be a big year for kids’ finances, with money-related goals pipping traditional resolution mainstays to the post – such as eating more greens (15%), being nicer to their siblings (14%), and being more environmentally friendly (10%).