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The latest on women working remotely and the public pension crisis

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

Infographic: College Savings 101

Here’s the 411 on 529s.

The senseless rollback of consumer protections for military families

There is already significant Congressional pushback against the proposed changes.

How your college-bound kid should manage money on campus

When your kid goes to college, he’ll be responsible for managing money on his own for the first time.

Why short-term insurance will sell you short

Millions of Americans could lose prescription drug coverage, maternity care, and mental health treatment.

The latest on political candidates with student debt and the childhood gender gap

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

How to save on your kid’s back-to-school needs

Back-to-school shopping doesn’t need to break the bank.

The latest on child care challenges and ‘summer melt’ for would-be college students

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

You’ve got financial worry. When should you tell your kids?

When it’s necessary, and when it’s not.

Here’s how students lose when Betsy DeVos backs for-profit colleges

Loan forgiveness rules for students defrauded by for-profit colleges might get harder.

The latest on sharing salaries, debt bailout, and dream jobs in retirement

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

It’s road trip season! Here’s how to save on everything from snacks to gas.

How to stretch your wallet on the road.

The latest on summer jobs for teachers and making over your financial life, Queer Eye-style.

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The Federal Reserve wants to send you free teaching tools. Here’s how to get them.

From comic books to flashcards, there’s a teaching tool for everyone.

I’m broke, but when is it okay to tell people and when is it not?

If you’re broke and don’t have money to do the things your friends and family want to do, here’s how and when to tell them.


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