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If you're a typical American, you are drastically underestimating the calories in your meals when you eat out.
With summer here, it's again the time to swim in pools, lakes, and oceans. But before you hit the water, I want to give you important information about water safety, especially if you have children. Drowning is the No. 2 cause of accidental death in kids, right behind automobile accidents. ...
Clark discusses a new report that will convince you to never again skip the seat belts when in the car.
A July 2013 study from Consumer Reports has ranked sunscreens and found that you don't have to pay big bucks to protect your skin from harsh UV rays. Here's what so funny: The highest rated sunscreen that got a Best Buy recommendation turned out to be the cheapest one per ...
If your marriage is ending, be sure to protect yourself from this financial unknown that could blindside you down the road.
Parents: Between an SUV, a sedan and a minivan, which vehicle will keep your family the safest, and why? Clark explains.
I graduated college in the first heyday of internet-connected businesses in the late 1990s. Jobs of all types were abundant. And although the “dot-com” bubble burst soon afterwards, unemployment rates remained historically low. This year’s graduates are facing more obstacles than those from fifteen years ago. Starting on a solid ...
Kids grow out of their clothes way too fast! And buying new clothes for your kids all the time can be quite expensive and unrealistic. By being a little creative and strategic, you can save money while keeping your children clothed. Here are 10 ways that you can save money ...
Since before the recession, an increasing number of mothers say they’d like to work full-time. The Pew Research Center analyzed new data from the U.S. Census Bureau and conducted a survey to discover this and other family financial dynamic trends. In 2007, 20% of mothers called full-time employment their ideal ...
The following has occurred to me countless times; maybe it has you as well. Perhaps you’ve even been the one to utter those oft-repeated words. Two or more people are talking about how far behind they are in saving for retirement. They’ve saved so little, in fact, that the idea of ...