A new school year has started! It’s the best time to teach your school-aged kids about responsible handling of money. If they weren’t consciously saving during grade school and high school, it’s still not too late to start during your kid’s college years. College is when they can easily fall into the trap of impulse purchases and over spending. Teach your college teens early on to save their money and spend only for those that are really important.
Here are 5 ways to teach your college-level teens to be financially smart:
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(Originally written by Cristina Calata at http://www.savingstips.com.ph)
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