Money

Apr.22.2022

3 simple money tips for the divorced or divorcing, during Financial Literacy Month and beyond

By Kate Kovats April is Financial Literacy Month, and I have three simple money tips for those going through divorce or who are recently divorced. Simple but important. After all, some of you might be taking a more active role...

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Mar.9.2022

Kiplinger: Tonya writes about saving for college

How do parents save and pay for their children’s college educations when they are divorced or divorcing? I shared my best ideas in this article — “Uncoupling, Kids and Paying for College” — I wrote for Kiplinger. -Tonya    ...

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Jan.24.2022

Tonya Graser Smith is a ‘Charlotte Parent to Know’

I had such a good time talking with “Charlotte Parent” about my work and parenting, not to mention answering the tough questions. Chocolate or cheese? Power suit or yoga pants? Read all about it in “PARENT TO KNOW: Tonya Graser...

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Nov.15.2021

Kiplinger: Tonya writes about kids and money

Should you give your child an allowance? How do you answer personal (and I mean personal) finance questions like, “Hey, Mom, how much money do you and Dad make?” There are no right answers, but I’ve found some good ideas...

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Oct.27.2021

How to have a strong relationship … with your divorce lawyer – and why that matters

By Kate Kovats When you’re ending your marriage, you need to focus on your relationship … with your divorce lawyer. The way you work with your attorney to split from your spouse as well as handle any post-divorce issues –...

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