If you're raising a teenager and looking at the cost of higher education, you may be asking yourself ... is college worth it?
Dan Sheeks, Author of "First to a Million: A Teenager's Guide to Achieving Early Financial Independence", shares how parents and teens can make the decision to go to college or not.
Also, on our Internet Money segment, we hear from Vee Weir who makes $10k per year dog sitting through Rover!
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We explore the topic and enjoy a glass of wine together as usual.
Nicole and Andy chat about buying presents for the kids for Christmas.
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We're not sure we have the answers, but we sure enjoyed our drinks while we're discovering it.
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