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A new study indicates that patients between the ages of 20 and 34 are more than twice as likely to go bankrupt.
Renting a home at your destination often makes sense, but scammers can turn your dreamed-of vacation into a big disappointment. Here's what to look for -- along with 4 potential signs of trouble.
Concerts, bowling, filmmaking camp, small-plane rides -- these and other activities will get your kids out of the house without breaking the bank.
The average debt load has grown by 30% in 5 years. Delinquencies rose by 22% in the same period. This spells trouble on many levels.
The drug- and alcohol-free post-graduation event you and your school plan can be held with very little expense and still be memorable and fun.
Nearly half of Americans in their 30s and 40s have lived together in a romantic relationship. That's fine, if they've addressed certain financial issues.
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