When children reach the age of five or six, they’re old enough to begin learning the value of coins.
If you have children, you know how important it is to keep family expenses in check. But let’s be honest—that’s a lot easier said than done.
Having a teen driver can be a scary thing for parents, but it doesn’t have to be a financial nightmare.
The cost of rearing a child is a mind-boggling $233,610, according to a recent study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
For many parents, it may not be financially possible to stay home with the kids full-time. Often, both parents have to work just to keep those little mouths fed. And as we know, child care isn’t cheap. Now for the good news:
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It’s every parent’s nightmare: you’re stuck in a long line at the drive-through or in the middle of a road trip, and your kids are growing bored, loud and impatient. …But don’t pull out the iPad just yet!
With debit cards, credit cards, ATMs, online banking, mobile banking and electronic transfers pretty much the way of the world, today’s tech-savvy money culture raises the question: are kids getting financially desensitized?
How much does your child really know about money? Do they think money something you work hard to earn, or does it magically appear out of the ATM?
Meeting your child’s financial needs during an economic boom isn’t easy. Doing it during a recession can be downright scary and stressful.