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A Parent’s Guide to Setting a Successful Budget for a College Student

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 You are getting ready to send your child off to college. Before you start helping them pack their belongings, there is one thing you need to do. You need to help them create a budget. You need to teach them how to manage their money so they can learn the tools they’ll use long after … Read More about A Parent’s Guide to Setting a Successful Budget for a College Student

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50/30/20 Budgeting Rule: How to Use It [Instructions + Calculator]

  The 50/30/20 rule (also referred to as the 50/20/30 rule) is one method of budgeting that can help you keep your spending in alignment with your savings goals. Budgets should be about more than just paying your bills on…

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The Biggest Myths About Moving to the Suburbs—Busted

Lifelong urbanites may feel that moving to the suburbs means defeat. Banish those lingering assumptions about what you’ll gain—or lose—by moving to a small town.

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5 Tax Deductions for Self-Employed Freelancers & Small Business Owners

There are lots of expenses associated with the start-up and day-to-day operations of a business. Fortunately, many of these expenses are deductible, lowering the owner’s income tax and self-employment tax. Here are five deductions that can benefit small-business owners and self-employed taxpayers.

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The Best Cities for Working Students in 2017

Not all students can cover the cost of their college education with the grants or scholarships in their financial aid packages. Some begin their college careers by taking out student loans, while others look for part-time jobs and work-study positions. … Continue reading →

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