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4 ways to teach children about money

RFC, Eric Mattinson, Investment Adviser Representative, and Semmax Financial Group Inc. •
Kiplinger

A bit of inspired forward thinking by my grandfather sparked my interest in the financial services field and stayed with me into adulthood, even leading to a career. He gave me my first subscription to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine when I was a boy. He also bought mutual funds for my brother and me, figuring

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This couple’s formula for financial success: Be flexible

Kimberly Lankford, Contributing Editor, and Kiplinger's Personal Finance •
Kiplinger

Then: Breighanne and Devon Eggert appeared in our December 2007 issue, when they were recent law-school graduates with $350,000 in student loans. They both landed jobs at Chicago law firms that paid well, and they continued to live like students, devoting more than half of their take-home pay to loan payments. Their plan was to

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Millennials post-college: How to survive the costs

Wintrust

There is a misconception about newly-graduated millennials. The older generations would argue that millennials are having the time of their lives: living with little to no care, going to parties every night and eating delicious, unhealthy food. Though that may be true for some, the reality for most can be stark. For most millennials fresh

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Little-known ways to pay in-state tuition rates at out-of-state colleges

Staff Writer, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, and Kaitlin Pitsker •
Kiplinger

Families looking to trim college costs often steer their students toward public colleges in their home state instead of public colleges in another state or private institutions. Public colleges and universities typically charge two different tuition rates: one for state residents and another, much higher one for students from outside the state. The difference in

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