It's amazing to find out how creative you can be, and how much money you can save, by helping your budget their summer spending!
It never occurred to us as parents that we needed to discuss how we were going to handle money issues with our child. How will you avoid mixed money messages?
Summertime is known for the abundance of yard and garage sales, swap meets and barter fairs. Parents and parents-to-be will be scouring, seeking and finding both bargains and treasures galore. Maximize your savings and avoid some dangerous pitfalls!
Our children form their perceptions about money and finances by watching their parents. How will you help your child understand how it really works?
So how can you make every day a "teach your child how to save" day? Use these six tips to get you started.
Summertime is an excellent opportunity to get your kids involved with money-smart activities. See what yours can come up with!
Is your child ready to start an allowance? How early should you start? How much is enough? Find out these answers and more!
From putting dresses on penguins to keeping animals fed, children's online interactive games can rule their world. As responsible parents, we try and limit their time but what happens when the parent gets a $500 bill? Find out!
Whether you have a baby on board or are just thinking about getting pregnant, this checklist can help you plan your finances so you're covered when your baby arrives.
April is financial literacy month! Financially literacy is one of the most important life lessons that you can teach your children. Three to four years of age is the perfect time to start them on their road to being personally, financially responsible.