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Job Interviews and Clothes
Job interviews can be a challenge for most of us, and finding a job during a recession can be even more challenging than usual. Here are some tips on how to dress to make the best possible first impression when you do get a job interview.

Talking to Your Kids About Money
You can teach your children about money managment. Even if you don’t think of yourself as a good money manager, you can begin to teach your children and learn more yourself in the process. There is no better way to learn something than by having to teach it, especially to your children. You can start small and keep it easy.

Talking to Your Preschooler About Money
Children develop attitudes about money at an early age. As a parent, you can influence what your child learns about how money works. Here are tips to help you teach your preschooler about your family's values.

Talking to Your College Student About Money
You may have talked to your soon-to-be college student about drugs, but have you talked about the importance of avoiding debt?

College Costs
It is important to comparative shop for the best deal for your family's education dollar. Here are some considerations to help you reduce the cost of your child's college education.