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6 Financial Missteps of Married Women

Married women tend to leave money matters to their spouse. One financial expert explains why that's not a good idea.

How to Shop the Outlets

Bargain-scouting advice and a guide to some of the best outlets in the Philly area, South Jersey and Delaware.

Mighty Sky: an astronomical success

Kathy O'Connell also likes the song “Escalator,” from David Tobocman's CD of the same name, and she tracks Trout Fishing in America's December appearances.

Yours for the clicking!

It's easy to find free stuff, discounts, swaps and great deals online. You just need to know where to look.

5 holiday shopping money-savers

Make a list... Don’t rush... Avoid debt... Carry less cards and cash

529 savings plans, pro & con

A 529 plan accumulates college savings tax-free, but disadvantages include a lack of flexibility. There are alternatives.

Give Your Child Savings Savvy

April is financial literacy month, a good time to add to your kids’ knowledge of money. Here are some suggestions

Sports Travel Teams Can Require A Major Family Commitment

Costs can add up, and the time required can involve transport and fund-raising.

Kids Eat Free

How to find the best meal deals for your family

For a First Phone, Consider Prepaid

Get “a cheap, simple phone with a prepaid plan and see how things go,” says Consumer Reports' electronics editor.

$ave Money at the $upermarket

It takes time, discipline and awareness to save at the supermarket. Here are tips, some of them surprising, that will save you money.

6 Ways to Trim Your Baby Budget

A typical middle-income U.S. family will spend an average of $13,590 on baby’s first year alone. Here are ways you can spend less, get better value and still buy high quality, safe products.

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