Teen Influencers Harness Social Media Following To Save Money For College

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Young kids and teens with large to mid-sized Instagram followings are using brand deals to stash away money for their education. Some say this teaches valuable skills while critics are concerned about the large digital footprint at such a young age. NBC News’ Kalhan Rosenblatt has more details.

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