Your kids are going to observe and adopt much of their parents’ approach toward earning, spending and saving. Below are some age-appropriate ways to talk openly and honestly with your kids about money.
The best things in life are free, and this includes a host of activities that you can fit into your workday that won’t stretch your wallet.
According to the National Retail Foundation, the cost of school supplies for the 2017 school year was the second most expensive in history, topped only by costs from 2012. Including clothing, electronics, shoes and supplies, families with children in K-12 programs will spend on average almost $700. For kids in middle and high school, according […]
As a new parent, we’re sure you’ve been peppered with advice. Plus, the internet is overflowing with tips for parents looking to economize on their new-baby lifestyle. But when you hardly have time to read the tips, you most definitely lack the time to do them. In this light, we’ve rounded up some of the […]