Retirement saving has never been easy, but for today's young adults, it seems impossible. Here's how to understand today's special saving challenges.
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Skip these high markup everyday buys and choose cheaper alternatives — or use the knowledge to negotiate harder and save.
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You're never too old to stop learning! By the time you hit the big 4-0, consider mastering these eight essential life skills.
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Your slow cooker already makes weeknight meals a snap. Why not rely on the same ease and convenience to help you feed your party guests?
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Millennials know from money woes. With some smart money moves, you'll be ready to buy your first home within the decade — or sooner.
You can save some serious cash by making decor, gifts, and home goods — without spending a lot on tools and supplies. Let's get crafty!
While it's good to scrimp and save, you may want to think twice about cheaping out on these life essentials. They're worth every penny.
Staying home to raise little ones is often rewarding, but it comes at a financial price. Make sure you do it right!
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