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You are never too young to start investing... #1 (permalink) Thu Apr 07, 2005 20:41 pm   You are never too young to start investing...
 

Test No. incompl/advan-9 "Finance (1)", question 2

You are never too young to start ......... some money in a savings account.

(a) inputting
(b) interesting
(c) infusing
(d) investing

Test No. incompl/advan-9 "Finance (1)", answer 2

You are never too young to start investing some money in a savings account.

Correct answer: (d) investing
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Investing #2 (permalink) Thu Apr 07, 2005 21:36 pm   Investing
 

Invest means put money into a bank account and the money will grow with a certain percentage interest.
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