Two of the biggest difficulties for parents are saving enough money for their child’s college education and teaching their kids about saving money. In fact, 69 percent of parents say that they are less prepared to talk to their kids about money than they are to talk to them about sex.Read Full Story
From the time children are born (and even before), parents start worrying about how to pay for college tuition. Through college savings plans, savings accounts and even life insurance, you can begin adding money to your child's college fund.Read Full Story
Have you been meaning to start a college savings plan for your kids? It's easy to get overwhelmed by the choices and put it off for a later date. If you wait too long, however, you might fall short on funds when your kids reach college age. Here's a simple guide to college savings plans that will help you make sense of your options and start saving right away.Read Full Story
Becoming a stay-at-home working mom often means your financial situation changes, for better or worse. In this installment of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen explores three ways to make your hard-earned cash work even harder for you.Read Full Story
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