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The ABCs of 529 savings plans

Learn ways to explore investment options and potential tax advantages.

50/15/5: A saving and spending rule of thumb

It isn't about managing every penny. Track your money using 3 categories.

What investment style meets your needs?

You may want to hire professional help or do it yourself.

What to do if your social life is making you broke

Why say yes when your wallet is telling you no?

6 money moves every woman should make before having kids

Prepare yourself for the long, loving and expensive haul ahead.

5 tricks to successfully juggling multiple savings goals

Putting a plan in place can help keep you from getting overwhelmed.

Helping your (older) parents with their finances

Recognize the signs that help is needed and then be ready to step in.

Raising a child on your own

Get your finances child-ready and make a plan for the future.

Retirement planning starts when you're young

The earlier you get on it, the better. The rewards can multiply exponentially.

Moving in together (cohabitation)

What to do before you make two residences one.

Investing basics everyone can benefit from

Whether you're a newbie or need a quick refresher, here are core concepts every investor should know.

Can your employee benefits help reduce your expenses?

Free up some room in your budget by putting your employee benefits to work.

Should you borrow from your 401(k) to pay off credit card debt?

The decision to use a 401(k) loan to retire high interest credit card debt is not as obvious as it may seem.

5 things to know before refinancing your student loans

Arm yourself with the facts before deciding.

5 tips for creating your five-year plan

Develop a roadmap to help reach your financial goals.

5 simple ways to save money on your mortgage

Finding ways to save money on your mortgage is as American as home ownership itself.

Is it too early to start thinking about how your child will pay for college?

Nope. The longer you save, even in small amounts, the better.

2017 HSA Changes: The Latest on Health Savings Accounts

See what's changed in 2017—and if an HSA is right for you.

Will student loan debt destroy your retirement?

Student loan debt is skyrocketing. How does that affect your approach to retirement?

Stay the course with your investment strategy

Successful long-term investors are patient and ignore short-term emotions.

How late payments wreck your credit

Your payment history is the most important aspect of your credit score, with the greatest weight of any single factor. Learn how to manage a late payment.