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September 14, 2008

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Vanessa

It's obvious we need to do a better job teaching people about money. I've done some work with Junior Achievement. They have a lot of programs in this area. Here's their site, for anyone who is interested www.ja.org.

Morgan

I recommend Banzai, available at teachbanzai.com. It is an online tool (free) designed to teach budgeting and money management skills. The site includes free lesson plans and assignment ideas.

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