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Two experts respond to one helicopter parent offering unwanted financial advice.
I do my best to provide informed answers based on my experience and reporting.
If your grown kids want to move back home, make them sign this contract.
Some advice on avoiding awkward silences when the restaurant check arrives.
You’ll be able to freeze your credit files for free — but identity theft will still be a threat.
Here are the top excuses people use for not investing in a 529 college-savings plan.
Millennials get plenty of financial advice from boomers — most of which is bogus.
Signing for credit is an opportunity to realize that you’re going into debt, even if temporarily.
No, an allowance doesn’t teach your children how to manage money
The Stormy Daniels saga shows the president doing things that super-rich people never do.
The very rich are not different from you and me — family financial drama drives them crazy, too!
Why does a 2-year-old have a credit card? Here’s how to protect your children from identity theft.
Here’s why this benchmark is both real and unrealistic.
This is how it feels to be a millionaire, and still decide you’ll go broke.
To deduct interest, the money must be used for the property that the loan is secured against.
Home-equity loan interest is no longer tax deductible for paying off a credit card — or porn star.
There’s nothing morally wrong with trying to settle for far less than you owe.
There are just days left until the tax-filing deadline.
When somebody says “destination wedding,” hang on tight to your wallet.
If you can afford to give money as a gift, fine. But forget about loans to help your kids.