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Getting kids on board with the idea of savings

I was one of those kids whose money always burned a hole in my pockets. If I got a dime, I wanted to spend it all right away. I couldn't seem to hold onto it, and that habit carried into my adulthood. Money was so scarce and so tight that I never knew when it would come again, so, by gum, I was going to get what I wanted.
Over the years, I have developed a sense of frugality and a need to save. This is one habit we really need to instill in our children, especially those who ...

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