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Making Money Work for You 

Teach your teens the importance of establishing sound money management habits with these valuable lessons on credit and debt, saving and investing, and budget creation. Smart money management starts with having a budget. In simplest terms, your budget is based on what you earn versus what you need or want to spend. A budget is important because it serves as a guideline for your spending, providing you a way to track your earnings, savings and expenditures, so you always know where you stand financially. Without a budget, you'll spend money with no real sense of what you actually have to spend — a sure way to get into financial trouble, especially with credit cards.

Suicide Prevention

Children with Special Needs

Dealing with Bullying

Keeping your Child Safe

Child Passenger Safety

Child Safety In and Around Vehicles

Financial Planning and Goal Setting

Behind the Wheel

Bicycle Safety

Cyber Security

Distracted Driving

Keeping Your Child Safe

Making your Home a Safer Place

Safe on the Road

Protecting your Identity

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