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Both Roth IRAs and traditional IRAs can help you save for retirement. But they have different rules.

Open, honest dialogue with spouses, kids, and aging parents can potentially help you meet your financial goals.

When you start earning your first paycheck, work toward setting yourself up for lifelong financial security.

Before saying 'I do' again, explore a prenuptial agreement, revising your will, estate plan or trust. 

Opening new credit cards can sometimes help, not hurt, your credit score. 

To minimize stress and reach their financial goals, newlyweds need a plan. 

Your former home could become an asset, if you fully understand the duties and expenses of landlording.

Settling an estate is a difficult job that takes patience and organization.

This approach blends treatment components from mental health fields with financial planning techniques.

Is the money you are giving your adult child helping or preventing him or her from becoming self-sufficient? 

By adding to your IRA earlier than April of the next year, your investment can potentially deliver more growth.

Supplement costs with a Coverdell Education Savings Account, Roth IRA, financial aid, scholarships or loans.

Stress test your budget, review your health insurance, and time your Social Security benefits carefully. 

Reduce college tuition costs by accelerating the time in the classroom. 

Multiple policies can handle some of life's complexities.

Set a plan for your savings goals as part of a long-term financial strategy.

Don't ask how much you will make, but how much you could make.

View the elimination of debt as a long-term financial goal and create a schedule and plan.