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Many parents want their teenagers to be financially responsible, and when Darnell Terry was a student at Ponitz Career Technology Center, he said he had it all figured out. I'm about budgeting my money so I can have a better life than most people I know. I go to school and have two jobs and I help out at my dad's car wash. I make a nice piece of change, and I guess you could say I'm saving it for a rainy day. I pay my own phone bill and car insurance. I was raised to budget my money from a young age by my dad. My freshman year of high school, my dad took me to a credit union and we opened up a bank account for me. I started out with just one hundred bucks. Me and my brothers are the 4D’s. My dad name is Darryl. I have another brother named Darryl, Durell and then it’s me, Darnell. We are all tight with our money. Now, let me tell you, there are a lot of things that my generation blows money on such as designer clothes like Rock Revival jeans, True Religion jeans, Affliction shirts,

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