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Age-by-age activities for teaching your child about money.
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American families spend about $140 a week on groceries. Learn how to save more with these expert tips, from skipping aisles where you don't plan to buy to stocking up when foods are on sale.
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How to trim your family's budget and save on gift giving, family travel, kids' clothing, activities, and more.
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Since the economic crisis in 2008, more than 2 million children have lost their homes to foreclosures. If your family is facing this situation, these tips will help you break the news of a home loss to your child.
While the average family size in the U.S. continues to shrink, some Latinas are bucking the trend and following the tradition of having a bigger brood. But with more kids come more costs. See how three moms stretch their dollar, and be inspired by their saving strategies, no matter how many children you have.
Get discounts on prescriptions, negotiate with your doctor, bargain-shop for a health plan--and take more control over your family's medical bills.
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Pending legislation would allow parents to use pre-tax money to pay for physical activity expenses. Support it!
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