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Back-to-School Shopping: Top 10 Ways to Save

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Have Kids Chip In


Q: From clothing to calculators, roughly how much will you spend per child this back-to-school season?

10% 

Less than $50.

29% 

$51 to $150.

25% 

$151 to $250.

15% 

$251 to $350.

21% 

More than $350.

3886 Total votes cast.

It's amazing how much your child does not need when it comes to spending his own money. By having kids chip in on their school supplies and school clothes, you can save money while teaching your child a lesson in money management. Kids may even feel a sense of accomplishment, knowing that they contributed their own money.

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