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Archive »Family Finance

'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...

Ugh! Must be the money

Ugh! Must be the money

Overnight trips, banquets, varsity jackets and wrestling singlets do not pay for themselves. And in many cases, the Carlisle School District can’t pay for those things either....

Making Camps More Affordable

More than 11 million children will enjoy some kind of camp experience this summer

Six tips to save at the pump

Here are six tips to save at the pump...

4 Tax Topics to Consider for 2010

It’s tax time again. Too many people will neglect to take advantage of the tax laws they could use to their benefit. Focusing on one or more of these four areas could make your next tax refund much more rewarding.

Out with the old, in with the cash

Columnist Robyn Passante shares her secrets for where and how to get the most money for the things your children have outgrown.

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...

Is a Roth the right IRA for you?

Tax free and no distribution rules, many people opt to invest in Roth IRAs. Is a Roth right for you?

Saving for college? Not so fast

Somewhere in the back of most parents’ minds we’re all fretting about the same thing: How are we going to pay for our kid’s college tuition? We know higher education is a must these days; we also know it’s exorbitantly expensive. Nobody wants to saddle their child with tens of thousands of dollars in school loans, but with today’s cost of living and tomorrow’s uncertainties, who can afford to set aside much of anything to help pay for it? And where should we set it aside?

 

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