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Billions of dollars in assets go unclaimed every year.
Only 1.4% of the population that has a credit score has hit the top.
The best place to retire in is no secret: It has the highest percentage of a population 65 and up.
A look at how modern families are tackling this debate at home.
There's a good chance at least some of your medical debt will be forgiven.
Women are often charged thousands of dollars after losing a pregnancy. Why does no one warn them?
Men with higher incomes are most likely to exhibit these "financial enmeshment" behaviors.
Cybercriminals are constantly evolving their tax theft tactics and tricks.
Privacy is a priority in the design, but the cashback isn't special.
Step 1: Check your policy for the biggest money-saving loophole of all.
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Why not outsource some of your spending lectures and oversight to technology?
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Factor these things into your college decision.
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Everyone's situation is different, but the goals should be the same.
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At bulk stores, stick with meat, dairy and produce.
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It's not just about tuition, although that's a major factor.
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Your kid can get discounts from Apple to Amazon and beyond.
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One-quarter of families don't bother completing the FAFSA ― and end up missing out on billions in financial aid.
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For high schoolers and college students, this can be a great idea.
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“Sure kids cost roughly $14,000 annually, but think about all the money you save from no longer having a social life.”
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It's not all up to Mom and Dad.
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Things might not be as bad as they look.
Are you creating a future opportunity or a future problem?