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Your Money: How to teach children about saving

SBS Monday, 25 March 2019 ()
To mark Global Money Week, SBS News looks at how children are being taught the value of a dollar in a modern world.
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Making money is not something that only adults can do. You can inspire your kid's inner entrepreneur by suggesting these moneymaking activities to him.

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