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Seven-figure savings strategies for fifty-somethings.
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Seven-figure savings strategies for forty-somethings.
Seven-figure savings strategies for thirty-somethings.
Seven-figure savings strategies for twenty-somethings who are just starting out.
Custodial accounts and trusts are ways to transfer cash to your kids.
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Find out what you own and what you owe, then track where your money goes.
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Think you don't have enough money to start saving? Even little deposits add up to big bucks -- especially when you start young.
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Planning a trip down the aisle? Make a date to discuss your financial future first. Here are ten questions every couple should cover before tying the knot.
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Cash as an incentive should only be used in small amounts in select circumstances.
Start at an appropriate age so kids can start learning how to handle money.
Here's how to encourage financial responsibility and what you can expect of your children.
Here's how to teach your children the value of money, establish an allowance system and get them to save.
The following is a guide to the kinds of accounts that will help you squeeze more out of your savings, plus some tips on how to use them.
Here are the basics of money management to help you take inventory of your finances and set goals.
Think of your budget as a means of setting and reaching your goals.
Make sure you and your husband know about each other's accounts and important documents.
Certificates of deposit, savings bonds, money market funds and accounts can help you boost you returns without risking your money.
Buying savings bonds is easy, whether you get them online, at work or at your bank.
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Billions of dollars of unclaimed funds are sitting in federal coffers. Find out if some of it belongs to you.
Run an inventory of your assets and liabilities to find out how much you're worth.
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If you have trouble sorting your goals out, try classifying them as either wants of needs.