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A new study says the average family has $1,318 worth of saleable children's gear -- and resale has never been easier. Some parents even turn a profit.
Cellphones, e-readers and tablet computers are taking over the classroom, according to a new survey on teachers and technology.
The girls and their parents are learning some important lessons about sales and managing money from this substantial business enterprise.
The long-term unemployed will see their federal unemployment checks cut by 10%. Meanwhile, some states have also slashed payments to the jobless.
The cookie sale is the most visible youth fundraiser, but kids sell stuff all year. What if you can't afford to buy, or disagree on principle?
Here's how to clean and organize your home and your finances -- and maybe make some money while you're at it.
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