Want to help your children learn about money? A savings account is a smart start. Here is a guide to what banking tools make sense for kids and when.
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Divorce is never easy,. Experts offer insights on how to lessen the financial blow and protect yourself.
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First comes love, then comes marriage, then combining finances. Tips to prepare for the financial changes that come with getting married.
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How can you thank a veteran in your community? We have some ideas for you.
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Newlyweds should update their insurance coverage. It's good financial planning, and could save money, too.
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Some advice on thanking your active military hometown heroes -- and what to avoid.
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Looking for ways to say thank you to first responders? Here are some tips to respectfully show your appreciation.
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Does staying at home make financial sense? Here are the questions you should ask.
How much does it cost to have a pet? More than you probably think. Learn how Fido can affect your finances and be prepared.
Determining your insurance needs can be overwhelming. Here are some basics on home and auto insurance and warranty plans to help you make a smart decision.
Families with special needs children face many challenges. But there are benefits and resources that can help.
Does your college student know money basics? Here are 6 rules every freshman should know.
Costs of traditional 4-year college are rising and college isn't necessarily for everyone. Here are 5 alternatives to college that can build your career
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Divorce is difficult but it does not have to be a total financial disaster. Here are some tips to ensure you land on your feet in the long term.
Want a raise? If you don't ask, you may not get one. Studies show that if you do, your odds are good. Follow these strategies to make a persuasive case.
Nearly 60% of workers never ask for a raise. Don't be one of them. Three steps to negotiating that salary increase you deserve.
It's never too early (or too late) for your child to learn basic money-management skills. Teach your preschooler or teen financial skills with these tips!
How to handle money with your college student. Four steps to help them with their finances while still teaching responsibility.
8 tips to share with the student in your life for keeping track of income and expenses, and ensuring their financial future will be on solid footing.
Teaching kids to save at an early age can help them save later in life. Here are some tips for teaching children the value of saving money.
If you're making a car payment either way, should you buy or lease? Here's what to think about before making that decision.
College is expensive and jobs are scarce, but don't throw in the towel just yet. Check out these alternatives to obtaining advanced education or training
75% of 25-33 year olds have experienced a quarter-life crisis. Here are some tips for surviving this critical turning point and coming out even stronger.
By understanding the concept of the time value of money, and applying it to our financial decisions, we make the best choices for our individual needs such as retirement planning, investing, and borrowing.
Should you take that new job or stay with your current employer? Here are four questions to help you make your decision.
Taking a second trip down the aisle? Experts recommend talking money before you pop the bubbly. Here's what you need to cover.
Getting married and trying to decide if you should have a wedding or elope? There are pros and cons to each option.
Tools like a digital wallet, online banking, and mobile banking make it easier to track kids' spending and to teach them how to manage money.
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