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Money matters: Finance 101 for families

Financial literacy is as important to teach youngsters as reading or writing, according to experts.

Finance 101 for tweens and teens

Financial literacy is an important tool for teens who are preparing to enter adulthood or who are heading off to college for the first time. This education should begin early, according to experts.

10 tips for saving money when budgets are tight

Tips and suggestions from America Saves, a campaign coordinated by the Consumer Federation of America

How to set a household budget and buy yourself peace of mind

To get started making a budget, you need to determine where your money is going before you plan on where you would like it to go.

When and how to start saving for your child’s college education

It’s as easy as 5-2-9

Home economics classes are not what they used to be

Today’s Family and Consumer Science classes are teaching kids real-life skills

Help your college student manage their finances

Here’s a few tips to help ease the transition to living on their own

Is it time for a new car?

Items to keep in mind when buying a car for your family

When good intentions lead to bad debt

Coping with your mounting credit card balance

Expecting? Here’s how to save money on items for the newest member of your family

Tips for families trying to save money

Where is your money going?

Creating a household budget can help your family find out
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