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How to Set Up a Budget

How to Set Up a Budget Use this interactive lesson to learn how to budget your money. There are many activities with immediate feedback to your responses. The Adult Literacy Media Alliance • Learning Games • High School Middle School Elementary School Jayme Clifford
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How to Set Up a Budget


Use this interactive lesson to learn how to budget your money. There are many activities with immediate feedback to your responses.

The Adult Literacy Media Alliance

• Learning Games


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Jayme Clifford

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