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Teens Could Receive $100 for Published Articles

SLFCU members age 13-17 are invited to submit an article on a financial topic to be considered for publication in our Dollars & Sense newsletter and on our website. SLFCU will award teens $100 for published articles.

  • Applicant must be a member of SLFCU age 13-17. A parent or guardian’s contact information will be required.
  • Submissions should consist of an article of 250-500 words on any financial topic.
  • Topics may include, but are not limited to: money lessons learned; earning, saving, or managing money; budgeting; or an interview with someone about a financial topic.
  • The article must be the teen’s original work.
  • SLFCU will respond within 30 days. We may request edits or clarification prior to publication if the teen’s article is selected.
  • Payment may be deposited to the teen’s SLFCU account, or a check can be mailed.

DETAILS, TERMS, & INFORMATION

Please read the full details, terms and information carefully prior to submitting an article for consideration.

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ARTICLES BY SLFCU TEENS

The Value of Earning Your Own Money

The Importance of Saving

Stay Alert to Prevent Card Fraud

The Right Way to Both Save and Spend

Spend Less Than You Earn

The Snowball Effect of Saving

Weighing the Costs of College Tuition

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