ADVISORY - Reuters to publish series on family finances
NEW YORK, Jan 8 (Reuters) - Reuters will publish a six-part personal finance series on family finances for the new year over three days, beginning Tuesday, Jan. 8, and concluding Thursday, Jan. 10.
Here are the slugs and brief descriptions of the stories that will move as part of the package:
MONEYPACK- FAMILY/SYSTEMS (PERSONAL FINANCE) Can Siri and her friends save you money?
By Beth Pinsker What are the web-based and smart phone apps that really work for families trying to organize themselves and their finances for a new year?
Moved Jan. 8 at 9:30 am EST.
MONEYPACK-FAMILY/HEALTH (PERSONAL FINANCE) Three approaches for the last year before Obamacare
By Lou Carlozo Real people are muddling through their last year before guaranteed health care coverage, in some cases by adopting extreme measures. A look at how some real people are coping, with timely advice.
Moving Jan. 8 at 11 am EST.
MONEYPACK-FAMILY/SALES (PERSONAL FINANCE) Time to buy stamps, used cars and tvs
By Mitch Lipka Some things may be priced at their all-time lows, all for different reasons. A listicle of 5-7 items that are on sale now.
Moving Jan. 9 at 9:30 am
MONEYPACK-FAMILY/ENTERTAINMENT (PERSONAL FINANCE) Is 2013 the year to cut the cable cord? By Heather Struck What's the most economical way to watch television? Streaming via Netflix, Hulu, Amazon or Apple? Cable subscriptions? Here's why you should review your family entertainment budget for 2013, and how to manage it.
Moving Jan. 9 at 11 am EST.
YOUNG BUCKS-CREDIT (PERSONAL FINANCE) Shiny new credit card deals
By Lauren Young Credit card offers are booming again after a few quiet years of tighter credit. What are the best new rewards deals out there now? How to make the most of them. Q/A with an expert. Moving Jan. 10 at 9:30 am EST.
MONEYPACK-FAMILY/KIDBIZ (PERSONAL FINANCE) PIX Teen entrepreneurs tap their mothers' tweets
By Deborah Cohen
It's snowing outside and your kids want to publicize their shoveling business quickly and profitably. Or their dog-walking business, or their after-school tutoring program. How parents can help, using social media, while make sure they are doing it safely, and not becoming so over-involved they do it all for them.
Moving Jan. 10 at 10 a.m.
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