Brace yourself. The cost of college is expected to double in the next ten years.
One of my biggest concerns as a parent is teaching my kids to manage money well.
Summer is coming to a close, and it’s time to start thinking about getting the kids ready to head back to school. For many of us, that means spending money.
Last year I went to my first work conference since I began freelancing full-time when my daughter was born three years ago.
When I was 15 years old, shortly after I started my first job as a lifeguard, my dad took me to the bank to open my first checking account.
I have a confession to make, one that seems like it totally goes against the grain of modern-day parenting: I have absolutely zero plans to pay for my children’s college.
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You're starting to prepare financially for your child's college, and you realize you can’t do it alone.
With summer in full swing, kids and parents alike are looking for things to do to stay entertained.
So, you’ve resolved to start saving for your child’s college education. But how much do you actually need to save?
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While the kids have been counting down to summer break with unbridled glee, you might be approaching summer vacation with mounting stress.
When it comes to being a mom, there are a million things to manage: keeping your children safe, healthy and thriving, balancing your career, even leaving some time for your spouse. It’s no surprise that trying to save money…
I’ll be 32 this year. My husband and I have been married for three years, and we still don’t have children. Here’s why.
Across the country, parents are struggling to afford childcare, which can cost more than 12 percent of a two-parent family’s income.
Toting multiple kids to and from school, soccer practices, dance recitals, and playdates can quickly go from an annoying chore to a never-ending task that consumes your life.
The arrangement we ended up choosing was a combination of preschool and babysitting for the next year.
There’s no denying that we live in an economy where carrying cash is no longer the norm.