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According to a new TD Ameritrade survey, nearly one out of five parents spend $1,000 or more per month on their child's athletics. CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports how parents are sacrificing their own financial future for their children's sports dreams.
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If you're eligible for company benefits, make sure you're taking full advantage of what is offered, because it could save you plenty.
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