8 savvy financial gifts for kids

They're the ultimate 'gifts that keep on giving,' and these picks are likely to make the recipients smile.

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Dec 10, 2012 9:37PM

This book was published in 1999. I think it is time for the book to be updated. What about 401Ks instead of IRAs, researching on the internet, protecting your identity, checking your credit information, or using discount brokerages? 

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