Teens’ First Jobs and Spending Habits [VIDEO]

February 15, 2016 : H&R Block Dollars & Sense

How do teens earn their money, and what do they spend their hard-earned cash on? What financial advice from parents do they follow, if any? H&R Block Dollars & Sense hits the streets to find out how influential an open parent/child dialogue is in in reinforcing good money management skills.

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