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In reality, money is nothing more than paper and ink. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't have value! Here are seven examples of how money can be used to do good in the world.
Kids live on their cell phones, so parents can teach them how to save money on purchases using mobile money tricks.
Knowing your and your spouse's money personality can help with a lot of money problems that may come your way in marriage.
There are simple ways to save your hard-earned money. These ideas are a springboard into stimulating your bargain-brain into action.
Getting married is exciting! Dealing with money problems is not. Learn from these tips on how to deal with money when you're newly married.
We all make mistakes. Yet, when it comes to your marriage, don't say these money messages to your spouse.
Money can buy a lot of things, but the most important pieces of life are irreplaceable.
Tips on saving money on the family car and all the expenses your kids drive up while you taxi them around town.
Sometimes, we don't even realize we are spending money frivolously. Here are some things that might be eating a hole in your wallet.
This is the most wonderful time of the year, but it doesn't have to be the most expensive.
One easy way to control spending on discretionary, personal items is to give yourself an allowance, just like a 12-year-old, in cash. Then, when it’s gone, it’s gone. The following guidelines will help make this principle effective for controlling sp
When providing for the needs of a large family, every penny counts. Families can save money on the basic necessities of food, clothing and home costs by following these simple money-saving ideas.
It is no surprise that shopping for meat can put a huge dent into your monthly budget. Let’s face it; the cost of meat seems to be rising every month. We can certainly blame the price of gas and the increased demand in food, which will never cease. So,
Teens may lack adult judgment, but they are certainly not lacking in the capacity to learn and understand how money works. If you take this opportunity to help your teens learn how to manage money, they’ll be more successful adults.
Talking about money in a marriage — the right way — is critical. In fact, financial disagreement is one of the leading causes of marital argument divorce in America. That means if you and your spouse fight about money, you certainly aren't alone.
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