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Toledo Legal News - News How to put your college student on the right financial track

 

(BPT) The fall semester is in full swing at college campuses across the country. New and returning students everywhere are juggling full class schedules, part-time jobs and packed social calendars. On the other hand, parents are hoping that they've positioned their child for success. Strong financial futures are built upon the solid foundations developed early in adulthood, and there is no better time than college to begin forming smart money management habits. Here are some tips that could have a long-lasting impact with students:

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