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How to Plan a Wedding Without Breaking the Bank

Your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event, hopefully, that deserves to be celebrated no holds barred. However, the venue, flowers, catering, music, photography, and all the other expenses can add up if you’re not careful. The Knot 2018 Real Weddings Study discovered the average cost for a wedding in the United States is $33,931. That doesn’t include the honeymoon. You and your partner don’t need to begin your new life together in debt. Here are 6 tips for planning an unforgettable — and affordable — wedding:

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Teaching Your Child the Value of a Dollar

You’re never too young or too old to learn about money and become financially savvy. As soon as your child knows how to count and understands the principles of numbers, you can start teaching them about money and brush up on your skills along the way by following these simple how-tos.

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What Is the Difference Between an FSA and HSA?

Whether you get your health insurance through your employer or the open market, in addition to understanding the various coverage options and deductibles, you’ll also run into deciding whether to enroll in a plan with a health savings account (HSA) or flexible spending account (FSA). Here is a brief explanation of the similarities and differences between the two accounts.

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