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Financial Tips for Families


With two holiday weekends to get your attention (Mother’s Day and Memorial Day), you’ll have no problem finding great deals. See which items will have the best sales in May and which items you should hold out on (don’t buy that new grill yet).

What’s the difference between objective forecasting and cockeyed optimism? A new survey by CreditDonkey.com suggests that it’s the difference between some people’s saving habits and their idea of a “comfortable retirement.”

Are the thousands of dollars you spend on a college education really worth it? The answer is probably, based on current employment statistics. However, this is a significant shift from what the answer would have been a few years ago.

Many Americans prefer to save money rather than spend it. Of course, saying and doing are two different things. Learn 10 smart ways to save $1,000 a month here.

23 Ways Parents Are Blowing Their Money

Many products and services targeting parents can be a huge money vacuum compared to the benefits they provide. Here we unravel the top 23 ways families are blowing their money, either because they’re opting for convenience over cost savings or they’re just too busy to get what they need out of the item.



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