Tuesday, July 28, 2015

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Everybody's Money Matters
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Help Your Teen Afford the Right Car
Parents, your teen's first car provides a special teaching opportunity.

Fast Fact: Couples, Sync Your Retirement Plans
Creating a retirement plan with your partner gives you a better chance at a retirement that will please you both.

Don't Let a Windfall Be Your Downfall
A windfall describes fruit rotting on the ground as well as receipt of an unexpected sum of money. Make sure a windfall—real or bogus—doesn't become your downfall.

Every family has its own philosophy about how to raise money-savvy kids. Author Ron Lieber says, for example, you should tell your kids how much money you make. What's Your Story wants to know, how do you handle this important topic?

Financial Candor Vital in Second Marriages
If you're getting married for the second time, it's vital to talk openly with your sweetheart about your individual financial situations and to plan how you'll handle finances in your new life together.

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