Nationwide campaign will help teens manage money

Stavro-Beauchamp, Laura
May 2008
Mortgage Strategy;5/19/2008, p12
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The article reports on the financial literacy campaign of Nationwide Building Society which aims to educate teenagers in Great Britain on money management. Nationwide has provided secondary and tertiary schools more than 5,000 copies of Teenager's Guide to Money by Jonathan Self. In addition, Mutual One and Financial Services Authority have launched financial management campaigns addressed to teenagers and students.


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