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  • Budgeting for a new home, and a disability Money - Mon, Apr 14, 2014 7:11 AM EDT

    Tim and Jennifer Crosby are ready to trade up from their 2,000-square-foot suburban Orlando home. They'd like more space -- maybe even a pool -- in a district with better schools for their son, Owen, 7. ...

  • Baby on the way? Time to make a budget Money - Mon, Mar 3, 2014 11:51 AM EST

    Congratulations! There is nothing quite as exciting as having your first child -- or as expensive. Assuming your household earnings exceed $105,000, your precious bambino will set you back nearly $400,000 ...

  • How to tell your kid you can't afford her dream college Money - Mon, Mar 3, 2014 11:45 AM EST

    Even with scholarships, typical middle-class families face bills totaling $24,500 a year at private colleges, and $16,500 at public ones, the Department of Education reports. "Ideally, parents would have the affordability conversation when the child is starting high school so he or she can be realistic," says Mark Montgomery, …

  • Basic Rules for Getting Rich Money - Tue, Jun 26, 2012 10:40 AM EDT

    Part of a special report on 101 ways to build wealth, readers and experts weigh in with advice that will help you lay a foundation for accumulating wealth.

  • Retirement savings: How much do I need? Money - Tue, Oct 11, 2011 4:37 PM EDT

    Is there a way to calculate how much I would have to save to retire at age 65? -- Joann, Davie, Fla.There may be a shortage of jobs, thriving housing markets and decent investment returns these days, but ...

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