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    Credit Building Tips for Teens
    Guest Post by Ethan Lichtenberg The teen years are some of the best times of your life. With the freedom of getting your first car, driving your friends around, and not having serious responsibilities, your daily routine is ...
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    Expert Advice: How to Care for Your Child's Credit
    Parents have a long list of responsibilities that range from being a caregiver to being a child’s most trusted friend. Fortunately, most parents accept these many responsibilities because they know their children are c...
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    5 Ways to Teach Kids About Money
    Guest Post from Lexington Law Some financial lessons are hard to learn, and unfortunately, some of us do not learn them until it is too late. It is important to begin teaching children the value of money while they are still ...
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    5 Ways to Start Your Child on a Credit Plan
    Guest Post from Lexington Law   Childhood is meant for creating memories that will last a lifetime: riding your bike by the creek, whiffle ball in the cul-de-sac, and, of course, filling out your first credit card appl...
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    What Your Kids Should Know About Credit
    Kids can learn almost anything by simply observing their parents. Unfortunately, parents can unknowingly pass along bad habits along with the good. Parents should be practicing good financial habits and taking the time to te...
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