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Monday, September 15, 2014

M A R R I A G E
Do You Really Need a Prenup?
Money is the #1 reason couples argue and marriages fail. Learn what you can do to make it work. Online wedding services are a stress-free way to plan a wedding. Tips for Newlyweds and more...


D I V O R C E
Financial Self-Defense for Women
The financial aspects of a divorce can be more devastating than the emotional ones. Now is the time to get your financial house in order. Get a crash course in alimony payments, child support...


W I D O W H O O D
The Surviving Spouse
Widowhood is a topic few women enjoy discussing. That doesn't mean you should let it take a back seat to your everyday finances. Being prepared now will help you in the long run...


C H I L D R E N
Ready...Set....Don't Go!
Don't let the costs of having a child eat away at the joy of being a parent. Budget for a baby. Discover the best way to invest for your child's future. Even a section for kids ONLY...


R E T I R E M E N T
The Basics of Social Security
What women need to know and do about pensions. Learn that you can have your cake and eat it too. A joyful life after retirement and more...           

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