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Neshaminy High School students spin the Wheel of Reality, with results such as a $250 tax return or maybe a $100 charge to repair a cell phone.

The $84 million Bucks First Federal Credit Union in Bristol, Pa., recently held a Financial Reality Fair for 200 business students at Neshaminy High School in Langhorne, Pa. The Feb. 19 event offered students the opportunity to make financial decisions, beginning with selecting careers and starting salary and then moving on to housing, transportation, cell phone, cable and entertainment selections while facing enticement by offers of Cadillacs and iPhones.

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