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When Social Security benefits make up 40% of all post-retirement personal income, you'd think people would wait to get the maximum.
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Kids start to understand the concept of money, savings and spending early, and getting a head start teaching about it is not only doable, but advisable.
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A survey finds 97% of today's teens believing they will own a home and willing to sacrifice free time and even social media to make it happen.
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