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Learning to save more, spend less, pay off debt, and invest well should be compelling topics for virtually everyone.  After all, if you don’t have enough money, you want more; and if you have a bunch, you want to keep it.



Information for Moms

Compulsive shopping doesn't have to ruin your finances and your relationships.(Full Story)
There are steps you can take to access your money without paying the costly surcharges.(Full Story)
It's bad enough you have to wash the dishes every night, but you end up paying for it, too! Find out how to slash the amount you're spending to keep clean.(Full Story)
A new survey reveals that parents are more likely to talk to their sons than daughters about money matters, and it's harming girls in the long run.(Full Story)
No one wants to graduate from college and then go on to work as a receptionist. And yet, that's what happens to some people. Find out which majors produce graduates who are underemployed.(Full Story)
A new survey reveals that one-third of Americans have never increased their retirement plan contribution rate.(Full Story)
A Fidelity study found that adult kids and their folks aren’t on the same page when it comes to discussing finances.(Full Story)
Name-brand items often aren't worth the extra cost. Here's a list of items you should always buy generic, along with a few exceptions to the rule.(Full Story)
An affordable trip means no worries about credit card bills. Use these tips to plan a break that won’t break the bank.(Full Story)
Here are six money moves that will help keep your finances and romance intact after you tie the knot.(Full Story)