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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Generation Z — those ages 14 to 21 — is shaping up to be a generation of money-savvy savers. Find out more about these frugal youngsters' attitudes about money and how they are already saving for the future.
Want to know how to tackle your honey-do list and pay for major home improvements? These tips and ideas can help you prioritize, plan, afford, and accomplish your spring and summer home projects.
Baby Boomers aren't afraid of digital banking, but they are still cautious when it comes to mobile banking. Here's a few online tools that might change their minds.
A home equity loan can be a smart, affordable way to borrow. Learn about the benefits, requirements, options, risks, and how much you can borrow.
Most people avoid talking about money but sometimes that's impossible. Find out how to navigate seven common situations when money comes up.
6 tips to help plan for your child's long-term needs.
Ready to buy a home now? Or is renting a better option ? From timing to finances to lifestyle, get insight and advice as to which housing option makes the most sense.
Newlyweds should update their insurance coverage. It's good financial planning, and could save money, too.
Expect the unexpected - or at least know your options when the unexpected happens. Learn the difference between a personal loan and a line of credit here!
You may be able to pay off debt faster by using a personal loan to combine outstanding debts into one debt with a potentially lower interest rate.
How much does it cost to have a pet? More than you probably think. Learn how Fido can affect your finances and be prepared.
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Good budgeting skills can make navigating your financial life a lot easier. Here are some tips for getting started.
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Are you deep in debt? Bankruptcy should be a last resort. Check out our advice for how to manage and overcome your debt without declaring bankruptcy.
Go green with an all-electric car (in more ways than one). Find out how an electric is not only good for the environment but good for your wallet as well!
Thinking about switching banks but don't want the headache? Here are some tips for making it easier to switch banks and get the right account for you.
Do you need a checking or savings account? What's an IRA? Get the basics about different types of bank accounts to make smart money-management decisions.
Joint bank accounts can make money management easier for families, partners, and small businesses. Here are some tips on when and why you may need one.
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Don't make it easy for thieves to steal your identity or personal information. Take these precautions to help protect yourself from identity theft.
Got your first credit card? Get valuable tips for using your card wisely, building your credit score, and avoiding credit card fraud.
Learn to save for big purchases, large expenses, and avoid taking on monthly payments you can't afford.
Give your kids the tools to budget, save, decipher wants from needs, and make smart money decisions.
Smart, simple tips for improving organization, reducing clutter, saving a little money, and getting a fresh financial start.
Everything changes when you have a baby, especially your finances. But you can take some simple steps to prepare financially when you're expecting.
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Tips for teaching new drivers about the costs of car ownership.
Planning for long-term care of a special needs child can be overwhelming. Learn about savings options such as special needs trusts and ABLE accounts.
Do you have an elderly family member and help manage his or her finances? Here are tips on how to help them keep their independence and stay safe.
Just getting started investing? Take the time to check out some recommended online investment tutorials, highly regarded books for beginners, and other valuable financial education resources.
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