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24th September 1999 at 01:00
Young Money

Anticipating the inclusion of money management into the national curriculum by a year, this new "web-based quiz show created by kids for kids" arrives with a little help from financial services group Virgin Direct and some pupils from Great Yarmouth High School.

The aim is to help children "understand more about managing money in a fun environment".

This translates as a series of general knowledge and financial questions covering problems of the type likely to be encountered from the age of 15 to retirement. A "financial tool box" is provided to help with pensions, mortgages, and so on.

Bill Hicks

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