Many parents tell me they feel guilty about allowances. They aren’t consistent about when and how they give their kids money. They wonder if allowances should be tied to chores. Even how they dole out money can be a problem.
Kids are expensive, and estimating how much you’ll spend on your first bundle of joy is tricky. There are diapers, clothing, furniture, food and toys to think of, as well as costs that may not spring immediately to mind, like
Human beings are habit-creating machines, craving any mental or physical shortcut that lets us focus on higher-level thoughts, such as what’s for lunch or developing theories about Netflix dramas. Bad money habits are more difficult to steer out of than other
You know you need to save more and spend less, but how do you get started? Use these five simple steps to start your first budget. 1. List all of your incomes You need to have an idea of
College attendance costs get all the attention, but you’ll start paying for school when you begin the application process. Factoring in the costs of test preparation, test taking and applications, expect to spend at least $678 — and perhaps thousands
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1. Start an emergency fund What would you do if your air conditioner suddenly went out in August? Or if you had an unexpected doctor bill? An emergency fund can give you peace of mind, and your tax refund will