College Life, Financial Responsibility, Money Saving Tips, Parenting | Thursday, July 6th, 2017

7 Ways to Make Your Child’s Overseas Education More Affordable

[image source: Pexel.com] No parent is able to dispute the importance of children’s education. A quality degree can ensure a head start in life and enable them to climb up the career ladder. Besides, studying overseas is a great way to grow personally and expand the horizons. Still, in this economic climate, spending money like… View Article

Parenting | Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

How To Teach Your Teen Money Management

As a dedicated parent, you want to teach your teenager what it takes to be a healthy, self-sufficient and responsible adult. One of the most important adult responsibilities is financial management. Make sure you teach your teen how to set themselves up for success in this arena before they are on their own. Help them… View Article

Family Fun, Money Saving Tips, Parenting | Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

Save Money on Your Groceries by Growing Your Own

Looking to save money on your groceries but not sure where to start? How about beginning with growing your own tomatoes? The average U.S. household spends around $6,759 a year on food, with $756 spent on vegetables and fruit according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So, imagine the savings of growing your own in… View Article

Family Fun, Family Organization, Parenting | Friday, May 5th, 2017

Kool Kids-Themed Room Ideas

Your kids deserve the best of everything, including a room that is all their own. If your kids are begging you to redecorate their rooms, you need to come up with a plan to use the latest decorating trends while sticking to a budget. Involve Your Kids You want your kids to love their rooms,… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Parenting, Saving & Investing | Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Savings is an option for individuals with disabilities

Often individuals with disabilities are not familiar with the savings options available to them, or they may be afraid to save money in fear of jeopardizing their public benefits. However, there are a wide variety of saving strategies that individuals with disabilities can potentially access to achieve their savings goals and improve their financial well-being…. View Article

Financial Responsibility, Money Saving Tips, Parenting | Thursday, September 8th, 2016

Living and Saving as a Millennial Living with Your Parents

The generation of the internet age is one of the largest and most diverse in the U.S. Although Millennials have been defined by a relationship to technology, the generation has been steadily redefining adulthood. Millennials have adapted and endured in a post-recession economy, their social and global values have inspired change in the labor market,… View Article

College Life, Credit and Debit, Financial Responsibility, Money Saving Tips, Parenting | Thursday, August 18th, 2016

5 ways to make college more affordable

The value of a college degree isn’t what it used to be, but its importance certainly hasn’t diminished. In fact, in Sallie Mae’s report, “How America Pays for College,” 90% of families expect their student to earn at least a bachelor’s degree, with 54% expecting a graduate degree. Of course, if you’ve read any recent… View Article

College Life, Money Saving Tips, Parenting, Planning & Money Management | Monday, July 18th, 2016

How to Save for Your Child’s College Education

Parents have big dreams for their kids from the moment they are born, but sometimes kids have even bigger ones. The problem with dreams, though, is that they cost a lot of money. With seven in ten seniors burdened with an average student debt of $28,950, it is quite easy to get frightened by the… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Parenting, Saving & Investing | Thursday, June 16th, 2016

Talking to Teens About Smart Financial Management

Teen spending is up, and it’s costing their parents money. The average 12- to 14-year old earns $2,700 a year, while the average 15- to 17-year old earns $4,900, according to MarketingVOX and Rand research. Just over a quarter of this income comes from working and 22 percent comes from parents, a YMCA report shows…. View Article

Family Fun, Family Organization, Parenting | Thursday, May 26th, 2016

Nomadic Parenting: 5 Tips to Make Your Family’s Transition Easier

The tickets are booked, visas are secured and a framework itinerary is planned. It seems too good to be true, but you and your family are set to head off for a few months of travel in a matter of weeks. While you couldn’t be more excited for the adventures that await, you are a… View Article

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