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    Managing Finances with A New Member of the Family
    Life with the addition of a new family member is always an exciting experience for parents. However, you can’t help but feel financially nervous for your family since the undertaking and upbringing of a child will leave you inevitably spending more than you normally would. Luckily, there are ways to mitigate some of those spending ...
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    Grow Your Money Through Smart Investing
    There is no magic formula to investing. You may or may not get back the sum invested, or you may get back much more. Smart investing is not about luck. It is about careful planning and time spent understanding the market, either through research or expert advice. This article helps you start off on the ...
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    4 Steps to Ship Your Finances into Shape
    Your new baby will make you re-examine areas of your life you used to take for granted. The first is usually your finances. It does not matter how much you or your spouse is earning. What is important is knowing where you are now, where you want to go and planning a way to get ...
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    Don't Sign Up For That Credit Card Yet
    How often have you been accosted by salespeople in a shopping mall enthusiastically waving credit card registration forms at you? With so many credit cards being offered these days, you may be tempted into signing up for more than you actually need. Whether you are hunting for your first card or thinking about getting a ...
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    Buying Your First Home
    Buying a home is an exciting event. However, before you commit yourself to what is probably the biggest purchase you will make in your life, you need to plan your finances carefully. Having your plans mapped out will help you save time and avoid uncertainty and anxiety. With your loan repayments in order, your family’s ...
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    Invest in Your Child's Future
    In the old days, parents toiled, sacrificed and saved every sen for their child’s education. Things have changed. Savings alone are no longer sufficient – they may not grow at a substantial pace, the stability and interest rates offered by banks for fixed deposits are variable and due to inflation, the value of your money ...