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Creative college savings: Unique scholarships to help offset rising costs
Unique scholarship opportunities you may have never considered that can pay off big time.
 
How to maximize your tax refund and cut monthly expenses
Tips for turning your refund into a healther personal budget.
 
Busted: The truth about top cellphone myths costing you real money
Learn how to seperate fact from fiction when it comes to your cellphone plan.
 
The disappearing act: How to go from being credit invisible to credit visible
How to make yourself credit visible.
 
5 tips to slash prescription drug costs
How you can cut the cost of prescription medications.
 
8 ways first-time homebuyers can make themselves mortgage-ready
First-time homebuyers can take steps to help ensure they're successful in securing a mortgage.
 
Time-saving hacks impatient people use to maximize every minute
Save time on mundane to-dos with clever time-saving tricks.
 
6 model behaviors for tax planning season
Learn the practices that better position you to navigate tax season.
 
Crime-fighting accountants? New specializations are changing long-held industry perceptions
Emerging opportunities in accounting call for new and diverse skill sets.
 
Honking, speeding, hanging up - how impatient are you really? [Infographic]
How impatient are you? Find out.
 
Cultivating financial confidence: Study finds women have more to learn when it comes to retirement planning
For women, managing long-term finances may be taking a back seat to short-term priorities.
 
Ready, set, file: Helpful tips for choosing DIY tax preparation tools
Consult these tips before selecting an online tax software.
 
What's your path to retirement happiness?
It pays to plan, the earlier the better, because retirement might come sooner than you expect.
 
Why women need to reassess retirement planning
Learn the retirement preparations unique to women.
 
How to prepare and e-file your taxes for free
Find some simple ways to make doing your taxes less taxing.
 
Busting first-time homebuyer myths
There are many myths about the home-buying process that can cause concern.
 
5 easy ways to boost your budget
These five thrifty tips show you how to take what you have to a new level.
 
How will the Affordable Care Act affect your 2014 taxes? [Infographic]
The Affordable Care Act could affect your 2014 taxes.
 
How the Affordable Care Act may affect your tax refund
Do you know how the Affordable Care Act will affect your tax refund?
 
5 tips to help savvy Latina moms raise financially smart kids
Mothers can help their children grow into financially savvy adults.
 
5 financial fitness habits to begin in the new year
While many people focus on personal health goals in the new year, the beginning of the year is also a great time to check your financial fitness.
 
Research study uncovers small business predictions for 2015
Find out what 2015 holds for small businesses.
 
Will the Affordable Care Act impact your taxes? Myths debunked
There are a lot of changes to this year's tax code - 46 to be exact - as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Do you know how they will affect you?
 
Engage a financial professional to boost your bottom line
While there are many aspects of a woman's life that can be successfully navigated alone, when it comes to financial planning, a collaborative approach is best.
 
Learn about this home improvement that can save you money
A salt-based water softener is one home improvement that will not only pay for itself but add value to a home.
 
The 6 smartest money moves Millennials can make in 2015
Money advice to help Millennials mange their finances in 2015.
 
This 30-minute check could increase your retirement savings
See how easy it is to have a positive impact on your retirement savings.
 
3 tips to create and stick to your financial goals this season
Here are three tips to stress-free holiday spending.
 
4 things you should know about choosing your first credit card
Responsible credit card use is a great way to start building a strong credit history, which can be key in qualifying for a car or the home you dream of owning one day.
 
6 tips for managing your year-end tax planning
What financial plans are you making this season?
 
Mobile tools and an e-commerce strategy can help your bottom line
Simple steps small businesses can take to help maximize their holiday sales this year.
 
10 reasons you should add life insurance to your Christmas list
Of the many gifts you can give, life insurance might make the biggest difference to those you love this holiday season.
 
How to keep your information safe this holiday season
How careful are you when you're entering personal information online to purchase gifts for your loved ones?
 
Easy ways to get the breastfeeding supplies you want through your insurance
Nursing moms can use flexible spending account dollars to pay for breastfeeding pumps and supplies.
 
How health care will affect your taxes: 6 tips you need to know
The Affordable Care Act has changed the health care insurance landscape since last year, and for the first time, health care and your taxes are now directly related.
 
Holiday shoppers have more money to spend than they think
Having a happy holiday shouldn't mean stretching your finances paper thin. A few unexpected tricks and shopping strategies can help make your holiday dollars go further.
 
Holiday shopping? Scammers hope you'll send them money for online purchases
Scammers hope you'll send them money this holiday season. How to avoid getting taken.
 
Quick and simple at-home beauty treatments to try
It might surprise you how many beauty treatments you can create from ingredients you already have in your home.
 
A quick, 3-step energy audit could save you big bucks this winter
Identify air leaks with a home energy audit. Sealing leaks helps furnaces run better and cuts costs.
 
6 surprisingly common student money misconceptions
When it comes to balancing their obligations, many students learn some tough lessons for the first time as they dip their feet into adult life, particularly with their finances.
 
Facing financial pressures: 5 tips for the sandwich generation
Would you sacrifice your retirement and savings to simultaneously support your elderly parents and adult children? Welcome to the sandwhich generation.
 
Find the right expert to help you manage your money
Do you know the standards under which your financial advisor operates?
 
Saving money on your holiday shopping list
There are some ways that you can save money this year on your holiday shopping and potentially make your planning for the season a bit easier as well.
 
6 simple ways to make your bank account work for you
These days, checking accounts come with a variety of features, such as mobile alerts, that can help you take control of your finances and better manage your spending and saving.
 
Better late than never for retirement planning
If you're within 10 years of retirement and haven't done any appreciable planning, you're not alone. Keep in mind, it's better to plan late than never.
 
Millennials: How to make your home ownership dreams a reality
Owning a home is part of the American Dream, yet standards on income, credit and debt are making it tougher to buy a home than it was 10 years ago.
 
 
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