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?
Sometimes parents get so wrapped up in caring for their children that they forget to care for themselves, and for their financial health.
Here are some things we do to help remind our children to keep the birth of Christ the forefront of the holiday season.
For the past ten years in a row, Gallup polls have shown that Americans spend over $600 each on Christmas presents every year. Studies have shown that it takes months for most families to recover from the holidays after financing most of their spending with credit cards. Unfortunately, our overspending has been filtered down to […]
One way for your children to avoid financial hard times when they get older is for them to learn about saving and investing strategies when they’re teenagers. Websites are more likely to hold their attention than a chat on the couch. Let’s take a look at a couple of informative websites that can help you […]
Paying for our kid’s college has been near the top of our personal finance goals list for a long time. There are a number of reasons I personally feel strongly about this goal: I know what it’s like to have school loans (both my wife and I had them). I have a Biblical perspective on […]
My son just turned 5 years old in July. He is a tall for his age, loves soccer and can’t wait for September to start school. While he is growing up (he doesn’t want to be called a kid anymore but a boy!), I am doing my best to transmit to him as much financial […]
This week is quickly turning into babies and family week. I’m sorry but I just can’t help myself, I’ve got nothing else on my mind lately, understandably. By this time next week I’ll be changing diapers and staying up nights with our new son. One topic that has been close to our hearts these past […]