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How to Afford the Cost of Child Care

Setting aside money in a flexible spending account or finding tax deductions, are options that could help deal with the overwhelming cost of child care.

No Health Insurance?

It can be overwhelming to figure out how to pay your medical bills when you are uninsured. However, with the proper shopping and research, you can find the best options for your life and financial situation.

Get Your Stress in Check

Stressed to the max? Learning how to relieve stress and decompress from the daily grind is not selfish; it is a crucial part of a happy life. When you care for yourself first you build a strong foundation to help others. Before you tear your hair out, here are three ways to manage stress and prioritize your self-care.

Dude, Can I Crash on Your Couch?

If you letting a friend or relative stay with you, it is important to set houseguest boundaries and establish ground rules.

We hit the streets of Denver to ask about love and money. When should couples have "the talk" and is it OK to keep money secrets?

10 Minutes With… <strong>A Resourceful Provider</strong>

After being thrust into the role of parent to her three younger brothers at the age of 18, Aurielle Johnson formed her money philosophy early on and now owns a home with the help of Habitat for Humanity.

10 Minutes With... <strong>A Conservative Spender</strong>

As the oldest of five growing up on a family farm in Kentucky, Celeste grew up understanding that you didn’t buy anything you couldn’t pay for. She grew up to be very savings oriented and has set up a long-term savings plan for her and her husband.

How I Did It: <strong>Survived Financial Disaster</strong> (Twice)

Patrice Washington was the first in her family to attend college, which made her even more disappointed in herself when she racked up $18,000 in credit card debt. Find out how Patrice overcame that early setback to start her own business, only to lose it all in the Great Recession, and build it up again.

Dollars and Sense

When Keve was younger he and his friends thought they needed money to validate themselves. While his friends were off spending extravagantly, Keve learned to live within his means.

10 Minutes With ... A Grateful Rising Star

Tim Alexander grew up in 15 different foster homes before starting college. For the past four years at the California State University-Fullerton, Tim has directed a financial literacy musical based on the Broadway show RENT to help spread the word about financial capability.