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5 Common Budget Busters Creating a budget is a great first step to putting your finances on the right track, but it’s easy to go off course. Here are five smart tips to help you avoid the most common budget pitfalls and sticking your plan. Holiday budget tips Do you find yourself overspending during the holidays? Americans typically spend more than $1,000 during the holidays, with much of it financed on credit. Use these 5 tips to keep from overspending this holiday season. Summer budget lessons for your teen Just because school is out learning about money shouldn’t stop. This article provides 4 smart ways to raise your teen’s financial IQ this summer and prepare them to better manage money. Spring Cleaning your Finances Use these three simple steps to get a jump start on organizing your finances. 5 Ways to Enjoy Your Weekend Getaway and Maintain Your Budget Without careful planning, your "cheap" weekend getaway could lead to financial stress. Here's how to avoid sneaky budget busters on your next trip. Grocery shopping budget Grocery shopping can quickly eat up your budget. Follow these 13 tips to help you pay less and still eat well. College finance tips for new grads 47% of college students say that they don't feel prepared to manage money. Here are 10 tips parents can use to help them better manage their finances. Unexpected Job Loss Many people are currently facing sudden loss of income, here are 10 steps to take if job loss happened to you. Ways to reduce your expenses The outbreak of the coronavirus is impacting more than people's health, it's impacting their finances. Follow these financial tips to help streamline your budget and reduce financial stress. Talking to kids about financial changes As parents, we want to protect our kids from the realities of household finances. But if you’ve experienced financial changes, it’s smart to talk as a family. Here are age-appropriate ideas.