Ten Ways to Save Money on Your Vegas Vacation

So you’re planning a trip to Las Vegas but you’re also looking for a few ways to lower your costs. Between the flight, hotel, meals, drinks, shows, and gambling, a Vegas vacation isn’t cheap. The good news is that it's easy to save on your trip if you’re savvy about the way you spend. Read on to find out how you can save on your Vegas vacation.

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Tipping in the U.S.: Twelve Things You Need to Know About Gratuities

Tipping is a simple fact of life in the United States. Well, actually, it’s not that simple. There are a lot of rules to tipping. In reality, it can be quite complicated. If you live in America, you are probably already well-accustomed to paying the extra cost that gets tacked onto everything from meals and beverages to rides and haircuts. Read on to learn 12 Things You Might Now Know About Tipping…

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Ten Ways to Save on Child Care

The cost of child care remains problematically high for many Americans. The Center for American Progress (CAP) notes that the cost of child care may actually match the cost of college in many U.S. states. This suggests that even the average middle-class family may feel added financial pressure to make ends meet because of this cost. If you’re beginning to think about child care, or you’re already paying for it and you’d like to pay less, read on.

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Why Choose a Credit Union Over a National Bank?

Credit unions can be a great alternative to traditional banking. In many ways, a credit union works exactly like a traditional bank, but its emphasis is on improving the financial well-being of its account holders rather than creating a profit on behalf of its investors. But what is a credit union, how does it work, and is it right for you? Read on to find out.

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Ten Ways to Pay For College

So obviously, in addition to determining where to attend college, many students and families are grappling with the question of how they’ll pay for this enormous expense. Whether you’re a parent with a young child and you’re looking ahead to the not-too-distant future, or you’re a high-school student staring down the barrel of an application deadline, you could use some sound advice on how to finance this important stage in the educational process. So how can you pay for college? What resources are available to help you afford a college degree? And how do you get started? Read on and find out how you can pay your way to and through a great college education.

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Five Ways to Sell Your Stuff Online

So you have vintage clothes, antique furniture, and valuable collectibles taking up space in your home? Now may be a great time to sell a few things. How can you get cash for your stuff right now? Well, thanks to the internet. It has never been easier for private individuals to reach potential buyers. Read on to learn more about the best ways to sell your stuff online. 

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What to Budget for a New Baby

Having a baby is one of the most expensive things you’ll ever do. The average family can expect to spend between $20,000 and $50,000 on childcare costs in just the first year alone. Read on for a breakdown of these costs and some tips on how you can save money.

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