Meet the New Homeowning Urbanites

8:00 am, November 22, 2013

More people are giving up on suburban homes and lawns in favor of city centers with jobs, shops, restaurants and culture.


The Most Expensive U.S. Cities to Have a Baby In

7:15 am, November 22, 2013

Having a baby can run you $35,000 or more in some cities just in the the first year.


Our Officially Poor 48% of Schoolkids Show Recession Never Ended for Some

6:15 am, November 06, 2013

Nearly half of the nation's 50 million public school students are now low income. It's worst in the South.


Tips on Weather-Proofing Your Home for the Winter

8:00 am, November 05, 2013

Frozen pipes can cost you up to $15,000, but there are simple steps to take to avoid the hassle.


Retirement Savings Finds Secret Enemy: The Biggest, Cutest Cramp

5:07 am, October 23, 2013

They're small, but they can take a bite out of your retirement.


How Adult Children Pay for Living at Home

10:40 am, October 22, 2013

And what if the tables were turned? Would children let their parents live with them?


More Women Take the Crown as 'Family CFO'

9:00 am, September 30, 2013

While still low, the number of women taking the lead on investments, college spending and insurance is up significantly from recent years.


5 Cars to Buy, Now That You Know How Far Things Are From Campus

8:00 am, September 12, 2013

If transportation reality has set in with the new school year, here are cheap cars with great mileage that offer your student independence.


5 Vehicles Parents Want When They Can't Stand the Minivan

7:30 am, August 22, 2013

Minivans remain big sellers with parents — but here some options if you drive to the beat of a different drum.


Royal or Not, Take These Financial Steps With a Newborn

9:00 am, July 29, 2013

That tiny baby in your arms depends totally on you — including for a Social Security number and college savings account.

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