After 8 years of postgraduate education, the author was surprised to find herself $100,000 in the hole.
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A newly divorced mother's budget was so tight that every expense was keenly felt. Bigger changes were required.
Even fifth-graders realize that adults are uncomfortable discussing how much they make and how much they're worth.
Let's see whether it's cheaper to make or buy basic foods like bread, yogurt, granola and cake.
People of this generation enjoy few of the advantages that enabled their grandparents to build worry-free golden years.
If you put some effort into creating an inviting environment where it's fun to browse, you'll make more money.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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