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There are times it\’s OK for parents to lie to their kids, and
when conversations deal with money, it\’s just fine to fib, says Marketwatch\’s
Many teens learn the value of a dollar as they age, but a video contest challenges young adults to demonstrate their financial savvy for a cash prize.
In a sea of abundant credit card offers, how do you know which ones to avoid? CardHub hopes to take some of the guesswork out of the process of finding the best deals.
Contributor Brett Larson, CNN Technology Contributor
Paying college tuition by credit card may not be a good idea,
according to a new survey.
Searching online for the best restaurant, business or hotel can be difficult, but an even bigger challenge is wading through online reviews to decipher which one to choose.
For most Americans, cash is king when it comes to small
purchases, but a new report finds that younger spenders are leaning toward using
plastic for purchases.
Consignment shops, swap meets and re-sale websites can help cut
back-to-school shopping costs as many students start a new school year.
Save some money this summer by getting the most bang for your buck
with July purchases. Here are some things to buy and not buy during the month.