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If you've worked hard for a pay raise, don't take it for granted.

The first 3 things to do with your money when you get a raise or bonus

Despite the average American believing they deserve a raise, more than 70% aren't asking for one.
The average American saves 3.5% after taxes and expenses.

Here’s how much money you should have saved at every age

Saving money is easier said than done, but these guidelines can help you track your progress.
It's a flexible — and tax-free — college savings plan.

There’s a smart way to save for college, and it looks like American families are finally catching on

You won't have to pay taxes on the investment return on your college savings if you use a 529 plan.

The first 3 things to do with your money before you have a baby are easy to overlook

We asked two financial planners about the first three most important things to do with your money when you're preparing to have a baby.

The smartest financial choice you can make when you get married has nothing to do with your bank accounts

Financial experts told us the first, most important thing to do with your money when you get married — no matter what.

Here’s how much you need to save for college every year depending on when you start

Depending on your family income, your child may be eligible to attend college at a free or reduced price.