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Real-world advice for those starting their financial lives.
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With this indispensable savings tool, your money grows tax-free, you can invest in almost anything and you get several cool perks.
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Plus, how to use it wisely and earn the lowest interest rates.
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Super-low minimums and smartphone accessibility make it easy for young investors to learn the ropes.
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Make your lemonade stand stand out from the pack with these simple tips.
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These tips from financial professionals can help you enter the real world on the right foot.
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Consolidating student loans can reduce paperwork and lower your monthly bill.
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Take advantage of the decades you have before retirement to establish good savings habits and benefit from the magic of compounding.
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Sometimes it makes financial sense to remain tethered to your parents, but work on a plan to start breaking the financial bond.
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Kiplinger's Personal Finance editor Janet Bodnar shares our best investing advice in a letter to her son -- and any twentysomething looking to get into the market.
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Debt may be a part of your budget for decades to come. Establish a plan for managing it wisely.
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Make sure your budget is big enough to handle these unexpected expenses.
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Get your marriage off on the right financial foot by talking openly with your new spouse and avoiding these financial faux pas.
Instead of forking over a big slice of your paycheck to housing costs, consider exchanging your services for a place to stay.
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Papa Rapacon has successfully retired by taking calculated risks and educating himself about finances.
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Encourage others to invest in you and your dream.
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We told you how to prepare years ahead of your first home purchase. Now here is how to close the deal.
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Online networks such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook make it easy for you to connect with others in your industry and showcase your abilities.
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