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Tag Archives: personal finance

Quick Cash Loans, the Good and Bad

Many times you may come across many unavoidable circumstances in life when you will require immediate money. The reason may be various like paying the hefty credit card bills, going for foreign holidays, arranging for grand wedding party, buying a new car, renovating your house and several other reasons. The personal loan will become the […]

Parents Can Follow Checklist to Help Kids Be Financially Savvy

A recent story from the Wall Street Journal noted that only three states require a certain amount of education in personal finance for high school students. And while lawmakers try to find a way to instill this type of education for all Americans through financial reforms, parents may wonder how they can help their kids […]

9 Tips: Teaching College Students about Money

Does your child know these important money lessons?

How to “Enjoy Your Money”

New book studies successful people—from billionaires to clothes-washers—discovering what they do differently with their money.

Saying No to College Kids

How parents can deal with their college kids asking them for money.

Do You Need Life Insurance?

How to calculate if you really need life insurance.

Living from a Position of Financial Strength

Two women share their personal money memories.

VIDEO: Students Weigh in on Financial Education vs. Sex Education

Young Money went to Johns Hopkins University and asked students what they feel is more important: sex education or financial education.

Young Not Saving, Social Security Almost Gone

One easy thing that YOU can do today to protect your future.

Most Young Adults Not Financially Literate

Interactive financial literacy challenge looks for new way to provide education.