Survey: Teens temper financial goals

SUE CARMODY, senior vice president and head of core banking sourcing at Citizens Bank and chairman of the Junior Achievement of Rhode Island board of directors, with her fourth grade Junior Achievement students. / COURTESY JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF RHODE ISLAND
WARWICK – The top financial goal for the future for more than 60% of teenagers simply is to get a full-time job, while more than one-third don’t expect to be financially independent from their parents by age 30, according to a new survey from Junior Achievement of Rhode Island and Citizens Bank. The survey in…

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