There’s nothing quite as meaningful to parents as receiving a homemade gift. Whether you’re looking to keep things inexpensive or give Dad something especially thoughtful this Father’s Day, a handmade gift helps you show how much you care — whether you’re 3 or 33.
If you want your kids to grow into wealthy, financially literate adults, you’re going to have to teach them about money. Here are some important accounts you can open on your child’s behalf to help them learn good financial habits.
Sending your child to college is one of the most exciting and nerve-wracking milestones on your path to raising independent adults. But how do you make sure they’re financially prepared? Whether college is years away or looming large, there are many strategies to help you plan, survive, and thrive.
Whether you’re strapped for cash or just want to let kids participate in the Mother’s Day gift giving, a DIY present is always a welcome treat. From soaps and salt scrubs to home-baked goodies or practical kitchen and gardening tools, there’s a DIY on this list for kids of all ages.
To get along in today’s world, kids need to learn about things like electronic banking, compound interest, and the importance of staying debt-free. Fortunately, the Internet has a wealth of educational websites, games, and banking apps to help kids of all ages master the basics of personal finance.
When it comes to pregnancy, babies are usually the ones who take home the bulk of the presents. But new and expecting moms deserve a little something special too. If you’re looking to treat her and can’t spring for the ultimate gift — a night nurse — there are plenty of ideas at all price points.
All over the U.S., millions of kids are facing extended school closures due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. And it’s left many parents wondering how to home school their children. If you’re one of them, don’t panic. Try these tips from a 20-year teaching veteran and mom.
If you’re working from home while your kids are out because of COVID-19 school closures, you have to find a way to keep them occupied so you can get your work done. Take these tips from a 20-year veteran teacher and mom to keep yourself productive and your kids entertained.
Adoption is rarely a financial decision, but rather a decision of the heart. Still, it’s crucial to be aware of the expenses involved so you can be financially prepared to bring home your new family member. Here are the costs you should consider if you’re planning to adopt a child.
As COVID-19 school closures continue, educators are scrambling to figure out how to keep teaching students when they can’t be in the same room. Fortunately, many companies have tools available for all grade levels, from kindergarten through college. And much of it is currently free or discounted.
With schools across the country closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic and nearly 1 in 4 Americans without paid time off, preparing for school closures is one of the most critical forms of coronavirus preparation you can do. But what can a parent do to keep themselves working and their kids learning?
The cost of adopting a child can feel like an insurmountable obstacle for many families. Fortunately, there are a variety of options to help you afford adoption. See which resources can help you overcome the financial barrier and create your forever family.