Every day your teen waits to get behind the wheel, you save money and gain some peace of mind.
Among other suspicions, teenagers think the stock market is rigged to benefit Wall Street bankers.
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See something you want? Wave that plastic card -- the one that says 'Bill My Parents' on it.
The family of an average teen could save about $240 a year by switching to a free instant messaging app.
American teenagers now have a greater appreciation for the sacrifices their parents make on their behalf, a new survey says.
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