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You’ve probably heard a lot about debt over the years—good
and bad. But debt itself is actually neither. It’s merely a borrowing tool to
buy something now and pay for it later. How we use debt is what’s good or bad. Pay
attention to your borrowing habits to be prepared for upcoming credit
What You’ll LearnWeigh the benefits and risks of borrowing.
While your teen is learning about borrowing
and credit, consider ways to reinforce learning from home.
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