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A new survey shows that the recession has had one upside: Young people are becoming more financially responsible, although there are still some big gaps in their knowledge.
If you’re looking for a unique idea for some family fun, here’s an idea to consider: visit your state’s capital. It won’t be expensive and might be more fun than you’d think.
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