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    Teens & Saving Money

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is looking for teens to tell their saving money stories to help other young people become smarter money managers. The FDIC is looking for teens to write stories that are 250 words or less about how they're saving more, spending less, shopping smarter, or otherwise managing their money. They are also interested in what the teen were able to learn from their saving money experience which their peers might find useful. The best stories or tips submitted by teens will be included in an upcoming issue of the FDIC Consumer News.

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    Teens interested in submitting their stories can do so through e-mail to communications@fdic.gov - please label the subject heading as "Savings Success Stories" Submissions can also be made by mailing a letter to:

    FDIC, Office of Public Affairs
    550 17th Street, NW
    Room 7100
    Washington, DC 20429.

    Also include your name, address, phone number and your age with the submission. Names will only be included with the story if you give permission, but they do need it for the submission

    A free copy of <a href="http://www.pueblo.gsa.gov/rc/d45startsmart.htm" rel="nofollow">Start Smart: Money Management for Teens</a> can also be ordered to help teens looking to better manage their finances.
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