Here’s What It Costs to Train Your Kid to Be the Next Simone Biles or Michael Phelps

Head to a neighborhood pool these days and you’re bound to see several kids whipping their arms back and forth like an albatross before plunging into the water. Poke your head into a gymnasium, and you may see an abnormal number of young ones lined up to try the vault.

Olympic fever may not know any age range, but it’s especially inspiring for young children, who see the accomplishments of these athletes and the excitement it creates, sparking an interest in the sports they see on TV. And that usually results in more than a few lost weekends and added expenses for parents.

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What Tim Tebow Needs to Know Before He Steps Onto the Diamond

Tim Tebow may not be the first athlete to attempt a mid-career transition to another sport, but the stakes could be bigger for him than those who preceded him.

Tim, you’re an undeniably talented athlete, but you’re not on the same iconic level as Michael Jordan, or Bo Jackson – or even Danny Ainge, for that matter. And while your outspoken political and religious views have earned you plenty of fans, they’ve also created a contingent of people who would love to see you fall. Similarly, your feats in college athletics are the stuff of legend, but after bouncing around the NFL, there’s a similar group of sports fans ready to pounce.

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You’re Playing ‘Pokemon Go’ at the Office. Is Your Boss About to Get Mad?

There’s nothing like a break from the day-to-day routine at your office. And the sudden, phenomenal popularity of Pokemon Go offers a nice respite. (Yes, you can admit it.)

The app, which debuted on July 6, is already bigger than Tinder and is closing in on the same number of daily active users as Twitter.

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Buy This Product and You Might Avert a Wedding Disaster

It’s supposed to be one of the happiest day of your life. And then something happens that throws your wedding into disarray. And that unexpected event – whether it has to do with your soon-to-be spouse, the venue or something else entirely – can have a catastrophic impact on both your psyche and your savings account.

The national average cost of a wedding, as of last year, is $32,641, according to The Knot – a $1,400 leap over the 2014 average. (That figure, of course, varies wildly by region, falling notably in less populated states, but soaring to an average of $82,299 in New York.)

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6 Treasures Lurking in Your Attic—and How to Get the Most Money for Them

It can be hard to justify your hoarding habits. Sentiment, after all, can only go so far in convincing a loved one to let you keep something for which you have no practical use.

But if you’re lucky—very lucky—you’ll find treasures hidden amongst the clutter in your attic, basement, or storage unit. Oftentimes, the most valuable of these are inherited and overlooked for years. But in this age of instant nostalgia, more and more items from the semi-recent past are capturing top dollar.

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Booze-Infused Ice Cream (and We’re Not Talking About Fake Rum Raisin) Is a Thing

Alongside the burgers, cookouts and fireworks this holiday weekend, there are two other constants: adult beverages and ice cream. And this year, you might see them combined.

Alcohol-infused frozen treats aren’t exactly new. They first started appearing regionally about eight years ago – and national brands started spreading four years ago. But they’re hitting their stride in 2016 – with a growing number of companies offering ice cream, sorbet and popsicles with a kick.

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5 Things You Need to Know About Traveling to the U.K. Post-Brexit

As investors and political leaders struggle to determine the impact of the U.K.’s decision to withdraw from the European Union, some U.S. travelers are weighing a change to their summer travel plans. The British pound has plunged against the dollar, making it more tempting to pop across the Atlantic.

Experts say that impulse is understandable, but there are a few factors to consider before you make a final decision.

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Six Great Wine Trips That Are Cheaper Than Napa Valley

A trip to wine country can be romantic or relaxing, but it can also be a big drain on your wallet.

Sometimes, that’s because you return home with a couple more cases of wine than you had planned for, but more often the costs of area hotels and the wine tastings themselves quickly run up the bill. (At least one Napa Valley winery charges between $30 and $45 for a tasting of just five wines.) Smart oenophiles, however, know that there are a number of other good options around the country.

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Your Old Video Games Might Actually Be Worth a Lot of Money

A lot of people are making money off video games these days. YouTube celebrities (like PewDiePie) have made millions by recording themselves playing new releases. And some professional players earn hundreds of thousands of dollars in eSports tournaments. But even if you’re not cut out for Internet fame and no longer have the reflexes of a teenager, you may still be leaving money on the table.

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