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Care Costs Modify your budget to prepare for child care expenses As school ends and summer begins, child care is on the minds of many. And for those with a …

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Financing Fido | Money Sense, April 2012

March 30, 2012, No comments

How Much is that Doggie in the Window? Prepare your budget for pet care costs The cost of caring can be high, but as pet parents, we know that’s out ...

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Grocery Shopping | Money Sense, March 2012

March 1, 2012, No comments

Smart Shopping 15 tips to help you be frugal at the grocery store Great cooking may be an art, but savvy grocery shopping is a science. Though not roc ...

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Indy’s Near Eastside | Money Sense, Feb. 2012

February 1, 2012, No comments

A Lasting Legacy Super Bowl XLVI presents an opportunity to renew the near eastside Indy’s near eastside neighborhood began a renaissance of renewal ...

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    Bartering | Money Sense, Jan. 2012
    January 1, 2012, No comments

    Barter Smarter Secrets to navigating this evolving ‘underground’ economy Since ancient times, people have been bartering. Many of us bartered in our childhood –– trading cookies for a Twinkie or ...

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    Online Shopping | Money Sense, Dec. 2011
    November 30, 2011, No comments

    Smart Cybershopping More jingle in your pocket, more time for holiday fun E-commerce has come a long way, baby. Use a computer, mobile phone, smartphone or tablet to shop smarter ...

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    Stop Splurging | Money Sense, Oct. 2011
    October 1, 2011, No comments

    Stop Splurging Tips for reining in your impulse spending Hard-to-resist daily deals flood our email accounts, and bright red sales tags catch our eyes as we walk into stores. I’ve ...

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    Treasury Chest | Money Sense, Sept. 2011
    September 1, 2011, No comments

    Treasury Chest Help your kids explore money management Many children eagerly fill their piggy banks with nickels and dimes. Others enjoy weekend lemonade stands, selling fresh juice along the sidewalk. ...