My 14-year-old had just tossed me the equivalent of a personal-finance fastball -- right down the middle of the plate -- and I was going to hit it out of the park.
Wealthy parents have trouble talking to their kids about money too, but financial advisers say everyone should teach their offspring valuable lessons about money.
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The 8GB 3GS may not be as fast, but free with a two-year contract will make it an attractive option for some AT&T customers.
Worried parents now have several options, and some of those could result in a car insurance rate discount.
A prepaid card can help your child understand budgeting and saving. Plus, you can monitor your kid's spending online.
20-somethings will also benefit from these pearls of wisdom from someone who's been there, done that.
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