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A recent study shows that American teenagers trail many of their global peers when it comes to financial literacy.
Americans have a global reputation for being bad at soccer and good at spending money they don’t have. But it might be time to challenge those beliefs.
Even if you’re living with your parents, it’s time to learn how to become an independent financial adult.
We’re fewer than five months away from the start of the Silly Season. Let this be the year you choose a saner approach to holiday spending — by starting now.
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