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A new video game designed to help students learn to manage their money tries to make the dullness of balancing a checkbook look more like the thrill of driving for a touchdown. The game tests high school and college students’ fiscal skills in an online simulation based on the rules of the NFL. Students can score first downs, gain yardage, and score points by answering questions correctly. The level of difficulty varies, with questions like what to do when you run out of checks and the limits on an IRA. New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released the game, “Financial Football,”
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