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Money Decisions for Teens

One thing they don’t teach you in school is how to manage money. Now that you’re in your teens, you’re beginning to have a more independent relationship with money. You’re transitioning from an allowance or handouts from parents to earning your own money with part-time jobs after school, or even from your own business endeavors.

So, what do you do with this money to make it work for you and last longer? Now is the best time to figure this out – before you’re out there on your own. Before you head off to college, or into the working world, make sure you learn the lessons found in our Money Decisions for Teens channel: 

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Baby, You Can Drive My Car

For most teens, driving a car is a right of passage – especially in the USA. Of course, you’re going to want to be smart and safe about it. So, here’s a bit of information on how to do that.

Before getting behind the wheel, you need to consider the responsibilities that come with a driver's license. You must consider several factors before deciding to begin driving. Because teens develop at different rates, each teen needs to consider whether certain markers have been achieved.

So, to make sure you're ready to drive, watch the video below, then go to our Reality Check page on driving.

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