Hi, My next-door neighbour bought his grandson an iPod for Christmas, but the grandson hasn't been able to use it yet because he hasn't been able to put any music onto it... My advice to my neighbour was to create a user account on his MacBook for his grandson, and then his grandson could buy music through iTunes on that account, and then sync his iPod to his iTunes app to get his music onto the iPod. But then I pondered how the music could be paid for. My neighbour has no problem paying for his grandson's music, indeed he already has a list of tracks that he wants. Can my neighbour's debit card be associated with his grandson's iTunes Store AppleID, as well as being associated with his own? I've done some research on so-called 'family sharing', but I'm not sure if this would be the way forward in this case. If I read that correctly, my neighbour would have to use a credit card for his grandson's payments, but he is one of the 'old school no debts' types, and so he has never held or applied for a credit card. He has loads of funds, but the only card he has is the debit card associated with his own AppleID. Would this cause problems?