how teach kids about money

This post was created in partnership with T. Rowe Price. You can google all the typical questions about teaching kids about personal finance: Allowance guidelines by age, save-spend-give jars, and other basic tools for teaching littles about stocks and compound interest. But how do you apply these lessons to real life? Below, you will see…

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how consolidate credit card debt

Stop stressing about juggling multiple credit card payments you can’t afford and a low credit score. Use these tools to consolidate credit card balances and be debt-free. This is a complicated subject, so I’ve put together a comprehensive list of what you need to know about getting out of credit card debt, and moving on…

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how to file ny divorce

Whether you are divorcing in New York City, Albany, Upstate, Long Island or elsewhere, there are some laws in New York state that affect your divorce. Other laws apply nationally. Here is how to file for a divorce in New York, what you are entitled to, and what to expect: What you are entitled to…

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Tips for how to protect your career, income, investments, savings and credit in the event of an economic downturn.

Economists are warning of a 2020 recession. This post will help you prepare for a higher chance of unemployment, investment losses and general financial instability. First: What is a recession? A recession is a downturn in the economy. On a broader scale, this means that businesses lose money and industry produces less product for two…

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how much car afford on income credit score

You may be thinking about buying things you currently can’t afford — or don’t think you can afford, yet. Would you like to buy a home, new car, or go on vacation? What about a college education? Maybe you’re saving up for a divorce, retirement or want to pay off debt. Whatever your goal, take…

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build credit fast

Credit is so important, but few people really understand how it works. A good or better credit score can save you hundreds of thousands of dollars over the average person’s lifetime, give you access to cash to buy a home, get an auto loan for a car, finance a business, and get out of debt…

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