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Financial Entertainment: Bite Club

In this finance management game, students learn about the importance of paying off debt and saving for retirement by assuming the role of a Vampire club owner.
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In this finance management game, students learn about the importance of paying off debt and saving for retirement by assuming the role of a Vampire club owner. Students will learn about different types of debt, and the advantages of paying off one type more quickly than another. They'll learn entrepreneurial skills as they try to provide the highest level of service for the most customers. And they will learn how and why to begin putting money aside early in their work lives to prepare for their eventual retirement.

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