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    New List... Who is teaching your children about money? http://www.101financiallessons.com 8.2 million people in the US owe more than they are worth. In 2001,
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      Who is teaching your children about money?
      http://www.101financiallessons.com


      8.2 million people in the US owe more than they are worth. In
      2001, 1.49 Americans filed for bankruptcy. In 2002, 75% of the
      graduating high school seniors didn't understand basic
      investment principles, including interest and savings. Only 10%
      of the schools in America teach basic financial literacy

      We help parents and teachers to understand and teach basic
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    • 101 Financial Lessons
      New List: Who is teaching your children about money? http://www.101financiallessons.com 8.2 million people in the US owe more than they are worth. In 2001,
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        Who is teaching your children about money?
        http://www.101financiallessons.com


        8.2 million people in the US owe more than they are worth. In
        2001, 1.49 Americans filed for bankruptcy. In 2002, 75% of the
        graduating high school seniors didn't understand basic
        investment principles, including interest and savings. Only 10%
        of the schools in America teach basic financial literacy

        We help parents and teachers to understand and teach basic
        financial skills to children. FREE weekly newsletter for tips,
        lesson plans, and activities to help teach your child.

        Topics include: 401(k)s, 403(b)s, 529 College Saving Plans, APR,
        New Bankruptcy Laws, Buy Stock through Drip Plans Certificate of
        Deposits, COBRA, Comparative Shopping, Corporate Structures,
        Credit Cards, Credit Reports, Credit Scores, Economic Theories,
        Electronic Bill Pay, Employment and Payroll Taxes, FDIC, FICA
        and Medicare tax, Financial Aid, Finding the Lowest Mortgage
        Rates, Home Equity Loans , How to buy Mutual Funds, How to buy car
        insurance, How to Dollar Cost Average, How to figure Interest
        Rates, How to write checks, Income Tax, Insurance Plans,
        Investing in the Stock Market, Investment Terminology, IRA's,
        Mortgages (general), Nevada and Delaware Corporations, New Tax
        Laws for 2002, Roth IRAs, Save Money in your Business, Social
        Security, SPIC, Supply and Demand, Teaching your Children about
        Money Management, The DOW, The Rule of 72, and more.

        The 101 Financial Lessons newsletter is written by professional
        educators and meets the federal guidelines for Personal Finance
        and Money Management. Visit our site for free sample lesson
        plans and special reports. Free ezine to help parents and
        teachers.

        This is great for teachers, parents, home school educators,
        grandparents, youth group, church groups or anyone who takes an
        active role in teaching children. Join for FREE.

        http://www.101financiallessons.com or join by email:
        subscribe@...

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