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If your children are interested in starting a business, here are some tips on how to encourage them along the way.
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.
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Living simply can reduce stress and help you save time, energy, and money. Here are four tips to help you enjoy the rewards of living a simple life.
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.
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Some advice on thanking your active military hometown heroes -- and what to avoid.
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Talking about money with family can be difficult, especially with aging parents. Here are tips to make money talks with Mom and Dad easier.
From finding side gigs to participating in medical studies, there are countless ways to earn more money now.
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Tasty, healthy, family eating doesn't have to be expensive. One mom shares how she feeds her family of 3 for $600 per month.
How to handle money with your college student. Four steps to help them with their finances while still teaching responsibility.
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
Newlyweds should update their insurance coverage. It's good financial planning, and could save money, too.
Back-to-school shopping can be daunting and result in parents spending hundreds, even thousands of dollars each year. Here are 8 cost saving tips to stay on a budget
Most people avoid talking about money but sometimes that's impossible. Find out how to navigate seven common situations when money comes up.
Nearly 60% of workers never ask for a raise. Don't be one of them. Three steps to negotiating that salary increase you deserve.
If you're making a car payment either way, should you buy or lease? Here's what to think about before making that decision.
Should you take that new job or stay with your current employer? Here are four questions to help you make your decision.
The kids are out of school, but you still have to work? Here are the options for designing a fun, affordable summer of childcare.
Life insurance can become confusing when you consider all the types offered: term, whole life, variable life, universal life. Choose the right insurance for your family.
Got an interview lined up? Congrats! Now you just need to get the job. Here are six techniques to help you ace any job interview.
Essential financial steps to take if divorce seems imminent.
How can you thank a veteran in your community? We have some ideas for you.
The sharing economy is more than a buzz-word or a trend. Find out how it can help you save time, save money, make money, and increase sustainability.
Looking for ways to say thank you to first responders? Here are some tips to respectfully show your appreciation.
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These affordable holiday traditions will bring cheer to your family.
Families with special needs children face many challenges: physical, emotional, and financial. But you may be eligible for benefits and resources that can help.
What you need to know about handling your finances after a divorce.
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