Shelly Gigante specializes in personal finance issues. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications and news websites.
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.
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.
A marathoning mother of three explains the importance of mutual support in running.
High-income earners who reach the tax limit can use their bigger paychecks for financial gain.
Women plan well for retirement, but they still lag behind men in account balances.
Trick-or-treaters can practice budgeting, learn about market value, and even taxes.
Families are embracing 'trunk or treat' events and community block parties.
Athletes will turn to some crazy stunts to raise money for charity.
Price breaks can help stretch your savings, but you won’t get the perks unless you ask.
Besides longevity, that jog may also boost emotional wellness and your quality of life.
Depression and money are common sources of discord for married couples in retirement.
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