For better or worse, marriage means learning how to manage money with a partner.
No need to finance a whole new wardrobe with a baby on board! Save big on maternity clothes to stay frugal and fashionable.
Kids are little sponges that soak up every subconscious lesson — including our awful money habits.
You'd like to take a little trip, but boarding the family pets is pricey. It doesn't have to be.
It's prom season, moms and dads! Here's how to save major green on your kid's big night.
While the kids are away, SAHMs and SAHDs can earn some extra pay!
Caring for a pet can end up costing a lot. Take in one of these no frills furry (or scaled or shelled) friends at a fraction of the cost of Fido.
Ready to give your child a mega financial jumpstart? Consider opening them a Roth IRA.
Dogs are cute, cuddly, and can be very costly. Here's how to prepare for their big bills.
Even if your child isn't interested in self-employment later in life, these entrepreneurial skills will help no matter what life or career path they pursue.
While college costs continue to soar, how can you best save up for your child’s education?
Didn't think you could learn a thing or two about money from your family pet? Think again.
Teaching your children financial literacy is as easy as playing a game.
While you're letting your kids gorge on candy, consider weaving in these lessons in personal finance.
Can't figure out why you keep making the same money mistakes? Your birth order might be to blame.
In the bustle of parenthood, new moms and dads often forget about these huge potential tax savings. Are you making the same mistake?
"Financial literacy" may sound like a fancy adult term, but you can get your kids in on it, too, with these fun apps!
So long, Stinktown! If your current zipcode just isn't doing it for you, pull up stakes and start over fresh in one of these five forward looking 'burgs.
Having twins can mean double trouble for your finances, but these money lessons apply to anyone with a new bundle of joy.
Finding a lawyer is the instinctive first move when a marriage falls apart. Making these critical money decisions should be second.
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