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.
Told by her mother that they can't afford a new laptop, 13-year-old buys it herself.
The highest medical and work loss costs were in California, with $4.16 billion. The lowest were in Vermont.
The average teen sends and receives more than 3,000 texts per month.
Some parents are making a major investment to get their unemployed grads jobs as CEOs of their own companies.
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