Kids are expensive! Many parents end up in debt or exhaust their savings on things for the kids. Top financial experts discuss how parents can provide the necessities for their kids without draining the bank account.
Getting accepted to college is one thing. Paying for college is a bigger challenge. The good news: There are several ways to save for college. Financial advisors discuss 4 of the most effective ways to save for college.
Many parents rush back to work after the birth of their child in order to catch up with monthly bills. Financial experts discuss ways for parents to manage their money so they can afford to stay home and spend more time with their children.
The foods you eat will contribute more (or less) to your mental health, job performance, energy, disease, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, stress, sleep, behavior in kids, academic performance, self-esteem and overall happiness than any other aspect of your life.
My mom and dad took out a whole life insurance policy for me when I was born. The cash value is $2,500, and my husband and I want to cash it out and put the money toward paying off debt. What should we do?
Mistakes are one of the best things that can happen to you – as long as you learn from them. When I talk about my bankruptcy from 2001 I always say, “Mismanaging my money was horribly irresponsible of me, but it was one of the best things that ever happened to me.”
Do you cringe when your kids start a new season of baseball because you know you are about to cough up $300 in sports gear? Would an extra $200 each month help relieve financial stress? Are you desperate for a “date night” with your spouse, but can’t afford a babysitter?