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Thinking About Staying Home With The Kids? Here’s Some Financial Food For Thought

While being at stay-at-home mom has it’s benefits—watching your kids grow up, etc.—you need to consider the potential consequences of what it may do to your marriage.

Who Can Afford Attachment Parenting?

My neighborhood is teeming with attached babies. They’re peeking out from elaborate wraps swaddled on backs and snuggled down in pouches tightly strapped to chests. After the lights go out, they’re sharing the family bed and breastfeeding off and...

How Focusing on Your Divorce Settlement Makes You a Better Mom

Divorce puts a strain on more than your finances — it can also challenge your relationship with your children.

The Simple Trick to Raising Responsible Children

And giving yourself a break at the same time ... need we say more?

The Impossibility of Being a “Good Mom”

I recently wrote about how I am often taken less seriously as a professional once it’s established I’m a mom. (Even though my parental status has no bearing on my business prowess.) Here’s what I learned from the reaction: I’m also being judged...

9 Toys That Teach Kids About Money

Kids today are tackling all sorts of complex subject matters: playing the violin, learning to speak Mandarin, and programming with Javascript. But what about teaching them about money? Luckily, there are all sorts of books, toys, and games that...

Why Nearly 1 in 10 U.S. Families Don’t Exchange Holiday Gifts

Forty-four-year old Michelle Morton’s Christmas celebration probably doesn’t look like yours — but you might wish it did. That’s because, for the past few years, the Raleigh, N.C., resident and her sisters and husband have instituted a no-gift...

Hide or Sneak Peek: What are the Kids Entitled to Know?

Not many parents choose to talk to their children about their wealth. Here’s how and why you should.

5 Hidden Costs of Caregiving

How to prepare for and deal with the problems you didn’t see coming

4 Times It’s OK to Lie to Your Kids About Money

It’s an indisputable truth: Many parents lie to their kids about money. In theory, we know for the most part that’s a no-no, but there are some instances where it’s acceptable to be less-than-truthful to your children about money, experts say....

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