Mclean, Va. (Oct. 27, 2003) -- Parents might be overly optimistic about their teens’ knowledge of money management, according to a recent survey.
While more than half of parents polled think their teens' knowledge of money management is good to excellent, only 20 percent of the teens agreed, according to a survey by credit card provider Capital One and consumer advocacy group Consumer Action.
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