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  • After divorce, a mother needs a financial overhaul and more income

    Adina Jones has spent years immersed in logistics such as financial tracking, transportation organization, nutritional direction and healthcare supervision. In other words, Jones is a mom. And until shortly before her 14-year marriage ended last year,...
  • A thoughtful gift can bring financial know-how

    Money gifts for your kids needn't be limited to a few crisp George Washingtons or chocolate coins wrapped in gold foil. If you're interested in shaping money-smart children so they'll grow into money-smart adults, there are many gifts that can help...
  • Coping With Kids' Expensive Extracurricular Activities

    When budgeting for back-to-school expenses, parents generally include routine fare like clothes, school supplies and maybe a new backpack. But if your kids participate in extracurricular activities, whether it's sports, music lessons or art classes, you...
  • Back-to-school rally draws families with promise of free supplies

    Back-to-school rally draws families with promise of free supplies
    Inez Taylor of Belair-Edison sat in the midst of the city's bustling back-to-school rally Saturday afternoon, waiting patiently for the backpacks with school supplies to be handed out for free. She wasn't about to miss it. She has five kids, all school-...
  • Giving the gift of education

    With the holiday season in full swing, many grandparents and other relatives are wondering how to make gifts earmarked for education. There are a myriad of options, and selecting the best one for your family depends on your circumstances. Section 529...
  • How to spend your tax refund

    Americans love getting a tax refund. The IRS says 80 percent of taxpayers received an average refund of over $2,700 last year. What's not to like about found money? But a refund is really just the return of a year-long, interest-free loan that you...
  • College 529s get more creative to attract savers

    The good news: Money in state-sponsored 529 college savings accounts grew by more than 4 percent in 2011, despite the roller-coaster dynamics in the stock market. The downside: Net contributions -- total contributions minus withdrawals -- were down...
  • Rein in spending this holiday season

    You'd probably love to find easy, quick ways to off-load some family household expenses and pad your budget in the midst of the high season of holiday shopping. Insurance payments on the kids' cars? Monthly triple-digit bills for the cellphones and cable...
  • Some states still have matching money for college

    Here's something that sounds like a perfect fit for family game night over the holiday season: It's called match play. It's not a board game. Rather, it's a program operated by about a dozen states, including Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana,...
  • Market Week: August 20, 2012

    Market Week: August 20, 2012
    IRA Solutions, Inc.   Jesse Lipscomb, Investment Advisor CA Insurance Agent License: 0D22050 4025 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 300 San Diego, CA 92108 Phone: 619-280-2700 Jesse@FinancialCPR.net www.FinancialCPR.net     Play Video:  529 College...
  • $50 fee waived for opening a Florida college savings plan

    $50 fee waived for opening a Florida college savings plan
    Application fees will be waived for sFlorida Prepaid College savings accounts this month. The $50 fee will be waived on new 529 savings account with a initial contribution of $250 or auto withdrawal of $25 a month. The tax-free 529 plans allow you...