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Tips for raising money-wise kids

Tips for raising money-wise kids

Kids are never too young to learn the skills of saving, budgeting and other basics for becoming a money-wise individual...

Smile for Santa

Smile for Santa

It’s ironic, don’t you think, that for 11 months out of the year we teach our kids not to talk to strangers, but once December hits, it’s all about telling Santa what we want for Christmas...

School piggy banks feeling the pinch

Balancing a budget during challenging economic times can be one of the more difficult tasks a family faces. Decisions usually boil down to making certain that the necessities are paid for...

You Might Have Money You Don't Know About

Check the PA Treasury Department's listings to see if you might have unclaimed property.

Teens and Credit Cards

Credit card companies target teens because they rely on young cardholders to make impulse purchases without worrying about long-term consequences. However, letting teens have credit cards is not always a bad idea.

'Less Is More' does not apply to piggy banks

In a society that deals with so much paperless money, where debit cards and automatic bill payments are far more common than pocket change, do children today still need a piggy bank? No, says Laura Fisher, executive director of the American Bankers Association’s Education Foundation. They don’t need one piggy bank—they need three or four...

Thrifty tips for surviving football season

Hi. My name is Larissa Newton, and my husband has a mistress...

The money’s in the walls

I used to watch home makeover TV shows, the ones where the homeowner drops $50,000 on a new state-of-the-art kitchen with double ovens and an eight-burner range. While the “afters” were almost always exquisite, I would sit on my couch and yell things at the television. “Who has $50grand lying around for a new kitchen?”

You Really Can Afford a Vacation

With any luck you’re not drowning in new debt from the holidays, but chances are you’re feeling the money pinch from a bit of overindulgence in December. So when faced with mounting debt and frigid temps, what better thing to focus on than vacation? Looking at your current budget might make it seem like the chance to get away with your family is a thousand years...

12 secrets to a budget-friendly holiday season

Put these 12 holiday saving tips into action to save your family some money during the holiday season...

 

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