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By Hatch Communications
Ffrees Family Finance, the new type of family current account, has launched a range of new services through its re-vamped website at www.ffrees.co.uk.

By Ffrees
• 3million 20-34 year olds have returned to live in the family nest • 15% of parents sacrafice their summer holiday to support grown-up children financially • 1/10 adult nesters don't contribute a penny to household expenses

By Money School Canada
The new Moneyist$ in the School™ Workshop from Money School Canada offers the most comprehensive and complete introduction to money management essentials available to students in Grades 4 – 6 in a fun, interactive and engaging in-class format.

By MassMutual Life Insurance Company
If you are like many Americans, the recent economic downturn has thrown your family budget for a loop. Many have readjusted their spending habits to such an extent that there is now a new normalIf you think these are temporary changes, think again.

By The Pet Socialite, Inc.
The #GetPetNeat Twitter Party hosted by Pet Trend and Lifestyle Expert Charlotte Reed on January 15, 2013, was a worldwide, social media hit!

By The Pet Socialite, Inc.
On February 5, 2013, learn about fiscally responsible pet ownership by making your dollars and cents go farther for your pet.

By Tykoon
Personal finance and family expert, Mark Bruinooge, offers tips for the whole family to find sound financial footing in the New Year

By www.myfamilyclub.co.uk
*30% of British parents think that the role of a stay-at-home mum is worth less than minimum wage, a recent poll by money saving website, MyFamilyClub.co.uk has found.

By SiteVisibility
• Living costs have increased 7% in the last year • Change in UK savings culture could help provide financially for children when they reach 18.

By Poor Richard Web Press, LLC
The Balancing Act host Danielle Knox talks with Wealth Virtues author James Ward about how the virtues of Ben Franklin applied to the practice of the Cycle of Positive Wealth can create realistic wealth for anyone at any age and income level.

By Hill & Knowlton
With higher tuition fees being voted in just days before Christmas, a financial head start could be the best gift for your children this year.

By Hill & Knowlton
Family Investments is strongly committed to the Child Trust Fund and remains firmly open for business.

By Hill & Knowlton
The Conservative Party will not achieve their aim of creating a savings culture in the UK if they cut the Child Trust Fund (CTF), says Family Investments.

By allaboutschoolfees.com
Parents concerned by the effects of the credit crunch are going online to www.allaboutschoolfees.com to accurately plan the cost of their childrens' private education. The site hosts a free library and micro-site for every UK independent school.

By Katie Moffat
The average British family spends 56 hours, or the equivalent of over two days, every week doing household chores, according to the results of a survey conducted by Cornhill Direct Family Home Insurance.



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