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Hayley loves horses, and has her sights set on running a business based on rescuing them. With such massive dreams at stake, her parents want to give her an expense-filled month as a teenage boss to help her prepare.
Mitchell's a whiz at solving the most grown-up maths problems and puzzles, but he soon learns that being the teenage boss of his own family for a month is just as much about puzzles with people as it is about numbers.
When her family budget is hit with challenges, music fan Ula rises to the occasion, As teenage boss, she learns not just how to save money from her family budget, but to make money to add to it.
Elinya's old enough to be learning to drive a car, but how will she go taking the wheel of her family's finances for a month, when her mum keeps secretly spending and a vet bill for Missy the dog puts her budget in jeopardy?
Nick's in for a big adventure for a month. With Zoe's birthday party, dad's holiday and mum's make-up to pay for - saving money from the family budget to buy a new pair of soccer boots isn't going to be easy.
Harry takes control of his family's finances for a month. His desire to buy an expensive new camera with the savings ensures his parents and little sister are in for a very bumpy ride.
It's a steep learning curve for 13-year-old Mikayla when she splurges on clothes and expensive food. Will she be able to save enough during her time as Teenage Boss to look after her family and make a profit?
When 13-year-old Dimity becomes the boss of her family for a month, she quickly discovers that unexpected school bills for her older brother and sister make saving for make-up and clothes much harder than she expected.
It's a rock 'n' roll roll life all the way for fan-girl Christabel, but by taking over the family's income, can she save enough money to buy the guitar she craves, or better still, afford a holiday for her mum and siblings?
When 15-year-old Michael comes home from his first shopping trip as a teenage boss with a new coffee machine and next to no food, his father and brother assume they are in for a rocky month.
Imogen turns her focus to saving money while in charge of her family's budget. However, her body builder dad has a massive competition to prepare for, so she needs to use her brains over brawn to manage the huge food budget.
With a massive party for her mum's birthday to pay for as part of her monthly expenses, can 15-year-old Susan still save enough money for the awesome headphones she dreams of buying?
Every cent counts for 13-year-old Byron as he takes over, but with mum and dad refusing to listen, tough rules need to be put in place.
Thirteen-year-old Ellenor is a natural at taking control, but when her family budget takes hit after hit during the month she's in charge, her dreams of saving money for a new double bed quickly sour.
When 13-year-old Vasanth's mum gets sick while he's in charge of the family budget, this scooter expert and cookie connoisseur risks spending all the money he's saved to make her feel better.
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With the release of the new five dollar note, we learn about some of the new security measures that have been taken to discourage counterfeiters. We also meet Connor, a young man that successfully petitioned the RBA to add tactile markings to Australia's currency for the blind and vision impaired.
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