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Five money lessons from athletes who lost millions

by Super Millennial Americans love sports... Most children want to be a professional athlete at some point in their childhood and dream of the money and fame that comes with it. With the NFL back last weekend I had to write how athletes are managing (or not managing) their money. ?But as the average American family made $53,000 in 2014 it's hard to feel bad for someone who loses millions throwing or catching a ball.
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