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If your child is old enough to ask for a toy or a bike, they are old enough to start learning financial lessons that will last a lifetime. The best financial lessons are part of everyday experience and can include visiting the bank, shopping at the grocery store, and more.
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Undoubtedly, 2020 will go down in history as a record setting year, but also as one of, if not the most, hated and devastating year in modern time.
With so much already on their already full schedule, it can often be overlooked that teenagers should also learn fundamental financial skills, like budgeting and managing their own high school student checking account.
Every year, the College Board releases updated college cost data and trends in its annual report.
U.S. consumer spending accounts for about two-thirds of all economic activity, so it's good news that many businesses and consumers have adapted quickly to the new normal created by the pandemic.