The holiday season is supposed to be a time to cherish friends and family. Here’s how to make the season more about family, and less about the gifts.
Kids spending the better part of their day head deep in their screens? Few things can get them motivated like a good old dose of capitalism. Here are 10 small business ideas for kids.
Is there a time when it’s irresponsible to have more kids, or should finances not largely factor into the decision? What are your thoughts?
Millions of American families are overscheduling their kids and spending huge amounts of money hoping to land their children a scholarship. But is it a good idea?
Have fun with your kids and kindle an interest in saving, and the power of earning interest, by using technology as a teaching tool.
Teaching your children how to be financially independent in their 20s will go a long way toward helping you preserve your own retirement.
There are times where you may want to help a child to start saving up for the future, saving for college or help to teach them how to manage money. One option to do that is to set up a custodial savings account.
This holiday season, there are some great ways to teach your children about helping out those less fortunate. One is by donating to organizations that help other children.
The majority of people know before they get married if they want children or not. For many of them the decision will take into account the financial impact of having kids.
Teaching children about money isn’t easy, and won’t happen overnight. Here are some bad financial behaviors and habits to avoid teaching your kids.
Possibly one of the largest financial mistakes that future parents make is to underestimate the cost of a baby. Here’s what to expect.
If you are trying to pay down debt or save money, you may try to be as frugal as possible. The thing is, it may not always be the best answer financially.
Religious rites of passage are important to families, and should be a time of celebration and joy. But are they just turning into another expensive party?
An estimated 13.4% of adult children ages 24 to 35 are living at home with their parents. When should parents stop paying for their grown children’s expenses?