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Millennials Are Seeking Prenups—and It Might Just Be Worth Considering

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Financial steps to take before having first child

How to Financially Prepare for Your First Child: A 9-Point Survival Guide

From the sleep deprivation to the midnight feedings, your first child will represent a major—albeit wonderful—shift in the way you live. What’s more, your beautiful addition will also represent a shift in the ways you spend and save.

Raising a child is expensive—the USDA’s most recent report (2013) estimates the total cost from birth to age 18 at $245,340. So planning for your first child means also examining your finances and your future financial goals.

Here are nine ways to prepare financially for baby in just nine months.

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25 easy tips for saving money during the holidays

25 Easy Ways to Save Money During the Holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But unfortunately it’s also the most expensive.

Between overzealous gift giving and the ho-ho-holiday happy hours, December can do a real number on your wallet. Keep your bank account merry, bright, and out of the red with these 25 easy ways to save money this month.

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End of year debt payoff checklist

Your One-Minute Checklist To Eliminate Debt (And Make 2017 Really Payoff)

As the year draws to a close, it’s a great time to reflect on your finances—especially if you’re a recent grad who’s newly employed. You’re likely bringing home a significant paycheck for the first time in your life, but also have big-time monthly bills to pay, including student loans. Without proper planning, that debt can easily drag you down.

So how can you balance paying your bills, eliminating your debt, and saving for your future while still allowing yourself a few bucks for fun?

Start achieving your 2017-and-beyond financial goals by asking yourself these key questions:

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