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Money Lessons? Start ’em Young.

There was an interesting article I read on New York Times’ Web site this morning about teenagers, their spending habits, and the recession.

Basically, the main point of the article was teenagers are cutting back on their spending accordingly to what they see with their parents. Stores that are grossly expensive like Abercrombie & Fitch are feeling the pinch, while other less-expensive stores — including Marshalls and Aeropostale — are thriving.

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