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One in three partners in a committed financial relationship has been deceived by their partner about money. Why do partners lie about spending and what can you do about it?
Who's smarter — older siblings or younger ones? It all depends on when you ask.
First dates are nerve-wracking, but you can end them fast — and your shot at a second — before they even get started with any of these moves.
From hurricane warnings to food safety advice, there's an app for that. Protect you and your family from a world of dangers with your smartphone.
A recent study found that daughters of fathers who help with household chores are more ambitious. Try more ways to encourage children to aim high.
Mixing money matters and family dynamics can make gatherings more awkward than usual. Learn to manage both for happier finances and family.
While kids are sopping up lessons from their elders, adults would be wise to learn something in return. Here's what you can learn from kids.
Our kids can offer surprising insights on how to make more money and spend it wisely — all you have to do is learn how to listen.
Hand-me-downs are smart and frugal, but these upcycled DIY duds for babies and kids are smart, frugal, AND cute!
Was junk food strictly verboten in your house growing up? How many of these signs of healthy living do you recognize from your childhood?
Parents today will spend almost a quarter of a million dollars raising a child to age 18. Trim that cost with these easy money savers.
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Help your parents enjoy their golden years without spending a fortune yourself.
You know strong relationships are built on trust and openness, so make sure you discuss these five things with your partner.
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When kids are young, investing is usually done on their behalf. However, it's possible to get kids started with their own investments at a surprisingly early age.
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