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USDA report shows lowest costs to raise a child are in urban south and rural areas, and highest costs are in urban northeast.
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Childcare is the biggest budget item for families—ahead of food and housing—but a study says nearly 50 percent of families don't budget for it.
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Women are responsible for 60 percent of U.S. wealth, so don't just stand by and let your partner handle all your investments. Here's how to get involved.
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This week's mommy bloggers share advice on managing money, feeding picky eaters and much more.
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App syncs with Cartwheel website, so you can grab discounts at home or on the go
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Find out how to care for your elderly parents and children while maintaining your sanity
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The new year is a good time to take stock of your money but you can do it anytime.
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Help fundraise for your future Big Man on Campus
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Having kids is expensive, so make sure you’re not missing the benefits or tax deductions you’ve got coming. 
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Thinking about how to save money on your grocery bill? These coupon websites and apps are high-tech ways to save a bundle on groceries!
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How to use your money personality to kick debt and increase savings
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Don't know where you're paycheck goes?  Find out how to fix common family finance mistakes.
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Okay, that's probably a slight overstatement, but one thing I'm sure of is this: Right now, in America, higher education is a rip-off on par with gas prices and airline baggage fees.
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New parents: make sure you're getting these child tax credits and family tax benefits when you file this year
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Check out the steals and deals we found online!
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Cutting costs at home is a cinch with this advice from readers and experts
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One father shares his fears about financing a family addition
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When money is tight, how to get the prenatal care you need