Charlotte Magazine By Greg Lacour -- The other night, over cheap domestic beer, I was chatting with a friend about money. She's not rich. Neither am I. But we both grew up in middle-class households, where it was assumed that at some point, well before adulthood, you'd learn the essentials of stewardship of your own money: You'd open a savings account, learn what interest is, and grasp the basic principle that you ought to put some money aside for when you might need it rather than spend it as you get it.
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