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Everyone wants their kids to be happy and successful.

Teaching them about personal finance and economics can help make that happen.

In fact, the lack of that education can be devastating. It can lead to credit card and student loan debt, living paycheck to paycheck and not saving enough for retirement.

There has been a push in recent years to bring finance and economics classes to students across the U.S. While the nation celebrates Financial Literacy Month in April, there was no official month dedicated to celebrating economic education — until now. This October marks the first-ever National Economic

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