Tweens & Teens
It's never too early to learn smart financial habits. Whether saving a portion of a weekly allowance or understanding the deductions on the pay stub from a first job, good money management skills instilled at an early age can last a life time.
You may only file taxes once a year (thank goodness) but keeping your identity safe from identity thieves who is a year-round activity, especially as scammers continue to call individuals pretending to be from the IRS demanding an overdue payment.
The good news is that by taking a few simple steps, you can better protect your personal and financial data online and at home.
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Q: My 6-year-old son has been doing a very good job of picking up his toys and keeping his room straightened. I'd like to reward him for good behavior, but is it too early...Read the Answer