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Money-Wise Ages and Stages

It’s never too early to start teaching children how to manage money, especially since the window for establishing good habits doesn’t stay open forever. University of Cambridge research suggests spending and saving habits are formed in early childhood and set…

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Gambling or Investing?

With apps making it easier and cheaper to participate in financial trading, more time at home for many of us, and a few high-flying stocks enticing people into the stock market, it’s easy to see why more people are starting…

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Tax Strategies to Consider

Nothing says, “Welcome spring!” like daffodils, pollen, baby bunnies, and (perhaps) cutting a big check to the IRS. Conversely, many people purposefully overpay their taxes, so they receive a refund after filing. This is problematic as well. Even if you…

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Can You Really Buy Time?

Many families have two working parents these days. This can lead to a serious time-crunch for most people who want both happy families and busy careers. When so many people respond to the question, “How are you?” with “Busy!” –…

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How to Pay for College

If college is on the horizon for your child or a student you know, paying for it may cause heart palpitations when you consider the level of student loan debt that now exists for young people. Take heart though, educating…

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How the FAFSA Works

Your oldest child is a senior in high school and planning to attend college. There’s a lot of talk about college applications, but what’s the deal regarding the financial aid process? And folks are talking about something called the FAFSA…

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