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Technology and traditions can help you stay connected.
Gifts from the heart can cost little to nothing, but they do take extra planning.
Is the money you are giving your adult child helping or preventing him or her from becoming self-sufficient?
Here are some ways to help a youngster in addition to what the parents may have planned.
Thanksgiving is an opportune time to ensure your aging parents have their estate plan in place.
They face unique challenges from admissions to graduation. But there are ways to cope.
The financial considerations for stepparents may be more complex than the ones for biological parents.
Through tax credits, corporate incentives, and savings, you may be able to afford to adopt.
Tips for determining how much coverage and what type of policy you need.
Super savers invest smart, set goals, and use new money to strengthen their financial safety net.
Many supporting kids and aging parents are unprepared for the financial and emotional toll it can take.
Parents with a disabled child must advocate for government benefits and create a financial plan.
Higher-income households are more confident, but still worry about the American dream.
Parents plan to spend savings on themselves; long-term care and medical expenses may deplete what is left.
ABLE accounts let those with disabilities save without putting their public benefits in peril.
Youth sports can be a major drain on household resources.
Families support each other emotionally, physically...and, just as important, financially.
Retiring business owners should create a succession plan to protect their family and successor.
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