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(BPT) - Up to 40 percent of food grown, processed and transported in the United States is never eaten, yet one in eight Americans suffers food insecurity. The average four-person family wastes $1,500 a year on food.

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Thursday 09/13/2018
Life Insurance: What Everyone Needs to Know
Updated: September 21, 2018 - 12:49 am

(StatePoint) No matter if you’re single or married, in your twenties or your forties, a parent or not, life insurance coverage is important in ways you may not realize, and costs less than you’d expect. And experts now stress that employer-sponsored coverage typically isn’t sufficient to cover most people’s needs.

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Wednesday 09/12/2018
Teaching kids about money management at any age and every age
Updated: September 21, 2018 - 12:49 am

(BPT) - As a parent you understand the importance of successful money management firsthand. Every bill must be accounted for and budget balanced. It’s the only way you can manage your household and save for those bigger events in life. Your kids, on the other hand? They are not quite so money savvy and you’d like to change that. After all, smart money management will help them throughout their entire lives. So how do you teach these skills to your kids?

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Monday 09/10/2018
Finding the support teachers need during the school year
Updated: September 21, 2018 - 12:49 am

(BPT) - The school year has begun, and while the back-to-school expenses of many parents are done for the summer, students will still have ongoing needs throughout the year. But parents are not the only ones who spend their own hard-earned cash to make the school year a success, and they are not the only ones that can expect the costs to continue throughout the year.

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Thursday 09/06/2018
Four Tips For Better Managing Your Retirement Budget
Updated: September 21, 2018 - 12:49 am

(NAPSI)—A recent survey by Ameriprise Financial found that 68 percent of retirees with at least $100,000 in assets have not yet taken money out of their savings, beyond what they must withdraw as part of the IRS’ required mini-mum distributions from their retirement accounts.

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Monday 08/20/2018
Do You Have Enough Savings for Planned and Unplanned Expenses?
Updated: September 21, 2018 - 12:49 am

(StatePoint) Nearly half of consumers have encountered an emergency expense in the past year, but when it comes to financially preparing for the unexpected, many fall short, according to CIT Bank’s new Summer Savings Survey conducted by The Harris Poll. What’s more, the survey also found that many consumers don’t have the savings to afford the planned expense of the vacations they take.

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Sunday 08/19/2018
5 Life Insurance Myths Busted
Updated: September 21, 2018 - 12:49 am

(StatePoint) Life insurance. It’s something that most people need but a topic that no one wants to discuss, leading to many misconceptions.

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Monday 08/13/2018
Tips to pass your credit score with flying colors while in college
Updated: September 21, 2018 - 12:49 am

(BPT) - No one ever said that college was cheap. In fact, many of the largest expenses have nothing to do with tuition — and no, we’re not talking about pizza.

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Sunday 08/12/2018
How Much Do Your Kids Know About Money?
Updated: September 21, 2018 - 12:49 am

(StatePoint) With consumer debt on the rise and many failing to adequately save for the future, experts say that financial illiteracy is a major problem for Americans -- and one that communities and parents have a joint responsibility to address, starting in childhood. And right now, most children are coming up short in this area.

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