Acouple of weeks ago I gave my daughter Hannah $200 to buy school clothes. She whined a bit, but accepted the money. A week later I asked her how the shopping went, and she gave me a thumbs up. She excitedly explained how she got four pairs of “cool” jeans at one store for the price of one pair at another.After showing me all the shoes, shirts, etc.—really quality stuff—she proudly told me she still had money left even after buying a couple of nonclothing items. I complimented her on her ...

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