Home & Family Finance

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Home & Family Finance

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Put Your Money on Autopilot
Streamlining your finances with online tools is about more than just saving time—it's fun, helps you avoid late fees and overdraft fees, and helps you save money.

Is a SIMPLE IRA Right for Your Small Business
If you own a small business with fewer than 100 employees, a SIMPLE IRA might be your best bet for a retirement-savings account.

INFOGRAPHIC: Buying Your Teen's First Car in 3 Steps
Your teen's first car is a milestone she'll never forget. Make it a purchase you do together, and it also can be a teachable money moment.

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.

Skipping Your Morning Coffee to Save Money Is Dumb Advice
Sometimes small budget cuts just don't cut it.

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?

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Understand the Impact of Co-Signing
When you co-sign a loan or credit card application, you're lending your good name and your solid credit history. You are making a promise to repay in full if the original borrower can't, doesn't, or just plain won't.