Shelly Gigante specializes in personal finance issues. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications and news websites.
These events, led by Hill Harper, are part pep rally and part money management course.
It brings history to life for kids who might otherwise forget the sacrifices of the civil rights movement.
Whether traveling solo or with a partner, it is important to do your homework thoroughly.
Multiple policies can handle some of life's complexities.
When older couples divorce, it can undermine their financial standard of living.
Students create a club for socially struggling students who spend the lunch hour eating alone.
Texas chef Ginger Sprouse helped homeless man Victor Hubbard in an unsung demonstration of mutuality.
A motor cycle club gives a bullied Indiana boy an escort to school.
An acceptance and financial aid package can be pulled at any time due to cause.
Swapping life insurance for long-term care options can be a possibility.
Savvy borrowers who negotiate terms land the best loans.
However you celebrate, it’s all about being together.
Definitions of a "parent" and conflicting state standards can be troublesome.
How to watch for signs of memory impairment, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
Service members may need a supplemental policy to protect their family after they retire or leave the military.
To control your tuition costs, start with schools that offer generous scholarships and financial aid.
A marathoning mother of three explains the importance of mutual support in running.
Adult children may be legally responsible for their parents' long-term care costs.
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