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Do you have a question about Money Management International? Read from our list of frequently asked questions.


Money Management International (MMI) understands that every person is unique. That is why we offer a wide variety of credit & budgeting tools and financial information in a number of formats. Whether you want to read about budgeting, compare loan terms with a calculator, or watch a video about saving, we have a resource for you. To find the topic you’re looking for, in the format you’re most comfortable with, use the navigation bar above.

Budgeting Resources

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Are you in the sandwich generation? Those in the sandwich generation are caring for their own children while also assisting aging parents. This can be a financial stress on you, so it’s important that you figure out a plan that helps both your parents and yourself.

Posted in: Family, Budgeting Advice

Getting a divorce can significantly change your financial situation, and once you are divorced, you’ll need to reassess your finances. When you are ready, there are a few things you can do to move forward financially.

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How do I have a pre-marriage family finance discussion? Which financial decisions should newlyweds make? We’re having a baby! What’s the first thing we should do? What option do I have for paying for my kid’s college? How should I handle my personal finances after a divorce?

Posted in: Family

Life changes, such as marriage, divorce, and birth of a child, bring about decisions that must be made regarding family finances. Here’s a glossary of the most common family finance terms.

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Any life change can be difficult on a family budget, even if it is a happy event like the birth of a child. In planning your personal finances for the baby’s arrival, there are several things you can do to ease the transition.

Posted in: Family, Budgeting Advice
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