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Children as potential future investors: Accumulating assets, accumulating debts in young adulthood

Author(s): 
Friedline, Terri
Song, Hyun-a
Project(s): 
Children's Savings Account
Financial Inclusion
Publication type: 
Report
Citation: 

Friedline, T., & Song, H. (2013). Children as potential future investors: Accumulating assets, accumulating debts in young adulthood (Report II of III). Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas, School of Social Welfare, Assets & Education Initiative. 

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