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Trick or Treat Finlit

Sneaking some financial learning into the trick or treat bag.

First and foremost, Halloween should be about fun. Those who celebrated Halloween in their youth will recall the many fun aspects of the day – and the night, of course. There were the decisions about costumes – and whether they would be homemade or if it was possible to actually buy a costume. There was the joy of decorating the house, picking out just the right pumpkin (although they always seemed to look the same every year), deciding on what face to put on that carefully chosen pumpkin – without being too ambitious.

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