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What should you be teaching your children about money? How should you handle a financial crisis?
Having a child is one of the most exciting times of your life, but it can also be one of the most expensive.
Even if your parents have not yet reached the point when they need help, it is never too early to start having conversations about their financial fitness…
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Regardless of whether you plan to manage your finances separately or jointly, you need to create a game plan before your wedding day.
As if you did not have enough bills to pay in your life, your kids are likely to reach a point when they start asking for an allowance.
As a parent, you hold primary responsibility for training your children in the skills they'll need as adults. One of these major skills is saving money.
Research shows that the average parents spend over $245,000 per child from birth to their 18th birthday.
If you have ever had a conversation with an articulate preschooler about money, you may be surprised to hear all of the outlandish things they believe.
Even if you are a smart spender, your kids will not necessarily pick up this habit unless you make it a point to teach them.
Teaching your children how to give meaningful gifts that bring smiles to others will allow them to share in the joy that giving to others brings.
Learn what mortgage relief scams look like so you can protect yourself and have the best possible chance of keeping your home.
One of the most emotionally vulnerable times in your life is also one of the times when you’ll need to do the most financial paperwork.
The thought of filing bankruptcy may make you shudder, but the truth is that sometimes it is the best option financially.
If you are facing foreclosure, know that you are not alone. You have many steps you can take to work through the process.
With some careful planning, you can usually stay financially afloat during your time of unemployment and be ready to get right back on your feet when you…
Divorce has far-reaching effects on both you and your spouse's finances, so educate yourself about the specifics before you begin so you can come out in…
Unexpected medical bills are one of the most common financial setbacks a family can face, so you should have a plan in place to handle them should they…
When you're moving out on your own, the first place you live will probably end up being an apartment.