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9 home improvements with the best return on investment

Considering a home improvement project, but not sure it is "worth" the time and money? Knowing the recoup numbers might help in your decision. 

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How to pay for major purchases and big ticket items

Whether it's a wedding, a new business startup or second home, all major purchases in life should include some early legwork and planning.

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Tips and tools for tax season and beyond

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How to pay off credit card debt

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How grandparents can contribute to college funds instead of buying gifts

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Certificates of deposit (CDs): How they work to grow your money

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Making the leap from employee to owner

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10 ways to increase your home's curb appeal

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Spring cleaning checklist for your home: 5 budget-boosting tasks

Many home cleaning tasks affect your household finances. Use these tips for a clean sweep of your budget. 

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Using 529 plans for college and K-12 tuition: Here's what to know

529 plans can be used for qualified tuition expenses in addition to their traditional role in paying for college expenses. 

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