Tired of conflict over the restaurant tab? Download an app to divide the check any way you want: Equally, separately or a combination of the two.
When it comes to teaching money skills to our kids, we're not making the grade. But can PF be taught successfully?
If your parents are footing the bill, they can decline to pay for certain courses of study. And no, they're not trying to crush your dreams.
A new study rates the best and worst states in 5 important credit-based categories. Some Southerners and Midwesterners aren't doing so hot.
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Walk, don't run, to snag the deals retailers are breathlessly advertising; an analysis shows that 'sale' prices in July will almost certainly be the same -- or lower -- in August.
A new survey says parental contributions dropped 35% in the past 3 years. Grants and scholarships -- and smarter choices -- are filling the gap.
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