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Should You Pre-Pay for Your Own Funeral as Part of Estate Planning?
It turns out, pre-planning and pre-paying for a funeral can have mental health benefits, no matter what your current health status is. Here, death care professionals share what you need to know.
Should You Really Split That Dinner Bill? 5 Etiquette Tips
What are the current best practices around check protocol? We asked the etiquette experts all about the best—and classiest—ways to handle this common money conundrum.
Questions to Ask When Your New Job Offer Comes With Equity
With senior-level or startup jobs, cash salaries often play second fiddle to bonuses, perks, and equity compensation—and the fine print can make a big difference in your financial bottom line. 
People Are Spending More on Dating Than Ever Before—Here's How to Keep Costs Down
Singles are spreading the love and the money wading back into the dating pool. But there are ways to keep your dating costs down. Ahead, top tips from experts on how not to break the bank over Tinder.
How to Set Money Boundaries With Your Family
Saying "no" is hard. Saying "no" when a family member is asking for help—and that help comes in the form of money? That can feel impossible. Here's how to set money boundaries and save face.
When to Give a Tip for In-Home Services
Tipping service professionals who come to your home is a good way to show your appreciation for a job well done. Here are some reasons to tip for at-home services.
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How to Provide Financial Support to Your Aging Parents
Are you part of the one third of Americans who are providing financial assistance to your parents? Here's how to do it without wrecking your own savings—or your financial future.
5 Ways to Handle Your Karmic Financial Debts
Whether or not you believe in karma, when you treat your money and others' with respect and integrity, it will put you in good stead for the future. Here's how to fix your financial faux pas.