Congratulations! There is nothing quite as exciting as having your first child — or as expensive.
Assuming your household earnings exceed $105,000, your precious bambino will set you back nearly $400,000 by the time he reaches age 18, the U.S. Department of Agriculture […]Read more
One big way to save (even earn) money is to watch less television. Everyday after work I am tempted to turn on the TV. Once I get into a show I have little motivation to do anything else, and time spent watching TV is almost always […]Read more
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While learning budgeting skills is not likely to be a high priority for most teenagers, teaching money management skills is as essential to raising kids as reminding them to brush their teeth and eat their vegetables. If the financial crisis taught us anything, it should […]Read more
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It’s easy to forget about holidays when you put together a monthly budget, but if you take a look at a calendar, you’ll notice most months have them […]Read more