Several technologies exist to monitor newbie motorists. This can save money on your insurance -- and it might save your kid's life.
Add nodding off behind the wheel to the list of risky driving factors for the nation's youngest drivers.
Some parents seem to think that driver's license = additional vehicle. Should it?
It remains to be seen, though, whether being required to have a sticker on their car will prevent teens from engaging in risky driving behavior.
Making modest contributions during a child's teenage years can add up to a good amount by retirement. It's also tax-smart.
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With college costs skyrocketing, these expert tips could help keep your son or daughter solvent.
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