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The "forgetful" borrower. Don't be surprised when you lend money to a cousin or your favorite uncle and you never get it back. If you lend money to a family member, consider it a gift. Family members are usually the worst when it comes to repaying a loan. So when Christmas comes around and they find an empty box under the tree, say Christmas came early—when you “lent” them $200 earlier in the year.

Money Quiz: Signs You’re Headed Back Home to Live with Your Parents

Take this quiz to see if your money habits will land you back in your parents' abode

Despite reports that the economy is doing better, some adults who were once independent are…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Don’t Let Boomerang Kids Ruin Your Retirement

Here’s how to protect your finances from children returning to the nest.

Tips for protecting your retirement funds when you have children.

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Boomerang Kids: Moving back in with your parents isn't a bad thing (Image: Thinkstock)

Being a Boomerang Kid Isn’t a Form of Failure

Use your return to “the nest” as an opportunity to build wealth

It’s not until two weeks before walking across the stage that it hit me: I…

By Janel Martinez

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Did you really just ask that? What not to ask recent grads. (Image: Thinkstock)

Don’t Go There: What Not to Ask a Recent Graduate

If you plan on having a one-on-one with a new grad, beware of these three feather ruffling questions

Let’s pump the brakes a bit and look a little closer at this yearly Q&A…

By Janel Martinez

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Escaping the Boomerang Life

If tough times have forced you to fly back to your parents' nest, take heart. B.W. shows you how you can fly back out�for good.

Tondalah Stroud never imagined that as a 37-year-old married mother she’d be sleeping in her…

By Aisha I. Jefferson

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