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Best Money Tips: Money-Saving Ideas for New Parents

Today we found some great articles on money-saving ideas for new parents, pet peeves of hiring managers, and using Pinterest to be more productive.

Best Money Tips: Tips for Parents to Save Money

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! [more]

Best Money Tips: Inexpensive, Short Vacations for Parents

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on inexpensive, short vacations for parents, money rules of thumb to live by, and foods you should and shouldn't buy organic. Top 5 Articles Wanna Get Away? [more]

30 Signs That You Were Raised by Frugal Parents

Were you raised by frugal parents? Here are 30 ways to tell if there was a frugalista in your family tree.

Re-Nesting: Tips for Moving Back in With Your Parents

In nature, when an animal’s offspring are old enough to leave the nest, the children are gone for good. [more]

Best Money Tips: Money Saving Tips For Parents

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! [more]

Best Money Tips: Saving Tips For New Parents

Today we found some great articles on saving tips for new parents, what to ask your job interviewer, and how to choose a college.

Best Money Tips: Financial Strategies for Stay at Home Parents

Today we found some great articles on financial strategies for new stay at home parents, how to settle down in a new city, and life insurance policies you don't need.

How (and Why) to Help Your Parents Pay Off Their Mortgage

Your parents have a fair chance of carrying a hefty mortgage well into retirement. According to a Newsweek article ("Many Baby Boomers May Retire with Mortgages"), 63% of 55- to 64-year-olds have a mortgage. [more]

20 Signs That You Were Raised By TRUE Money-Savers

The United States Department of Agriculture predicts that in 2010, the prices of meat or poultry will increase by 1.5% to 2.5%. The prices of fresh fruits and vegetables will rise 3% to 4%, as will cereal and bakery products. [more]

Bank of Mom and Dad: Could Tough Love Cure Financial Irresponsibility?

A new show named Bank of Mom and Dad just premiered on 9/30/09 on SOAPnet. This show chronicles parents who attempt to reform their financially irresponsible adult children by moving in with them for a week. [more]

Learn good financial habits from your parents. Or not.

One of the big advantages that children of the middle-class and wealthy have is that they grow up in a household where a huge amount of financial knowledge is embedded in its day-t

Placing Prepositions: Where you from? Where you at?

Our spending and money management choices may be influenced by factors we can't control in our own minds as well as factors we couldn't control growing up. You may ask, to what are

How Much Should Your Kids Know About Your Finances?

I know of parents who don’t ever discuss money with their kids. “They should be carefree at this age,” they claim. Money isn’t an appropriate topic for family conversation at the

Mom and Dad, Your Financial Decisions Matter

With Mother's Day in the recent past and Father's Day two days ago, I wanted to give credit where credit is due and encourage all the parents out there who are trying to teach their kids about money. Those things you're doing at home? [more]