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Don’t let pre-school or babysitting costs cause you to nurse debt later.
Vow to understand each other’s views on money before the wedding to avoid squabbles later.
Just because you want that brand-new car doesn’t mean it’s good for your finances.
Short or tall, left-handed or red-headed, duck caller or Trekkie, there’s a college scholarship for you.
Learning how it happens can stop you from doing it.
You may be able to put the squeeze on a defective car’s manufacturer with some lemon law justice.
From micro-saving in the name of seeing the queen to traveling back to a simpler time, these unusual tricks can actually motivate you to save more money.
Some things in life really are free. So, stop paying for them.
Don’t go into debt just because you’re a gift-buying procrastinator.
These unexpected costs can decrease or even wipe out retirement savings.
Now that the honeymoon is over, don’t let money issues send you to the divorce lawyer.
Want to save money and pay off debt? Try living like your grandparents.
Are you set for retirement or on the way to becoming a retirement crisis statistic?
Just because your pet’s veterinarian sells a product doesn’t mean you have to cough up the cash.
Your college years are some of the most memorable you’ll have. Don’t spend those years digging your way in debt.
Your local convenience store may be the reason you’re always broke. Maybe it’s time to step out of line.
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Here’s how to figure out if that ad for a paid survey is too good to be true.
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At some point, you have to stop putting it on your credit card “and paying it off in January.” Just say no!
A quick sweep of your home can save big bucks on repairs or replacement appliances.
You don’t have to splurge like the three wise men to show you care during the holidays.
Hint: They can all help you avoid unnecessary debt!
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