Dollars and Sense: Managing Your Money
Open the pages of this book to get an inside look at what people can do to wisely manage their money. Find out the difference between needs and wants, how to become a smart spender, and the importance of a good credit history. In this book, you'll discover: the different things you can do with your allowance; how to make a budget; what supply and demand is and how it determines the price of items; and how to open a savings account.
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