Teach your children smart investing early, and you'll set them up for a lifetime of good financial decisions later.
Getting married is quite the expense, and so is starting a family. Is it worth it to wait? Here are some financial issues to consider.
For some of us frugality is a choice. For the rest, it's a choice we're given — usually when we're blessed with a couple more mouths to feed.
Parenting is hard! Are you making it harder than it really is?
A single parent tight for cash shopped thrift stores to save until one day he figured out he could earn money thrifting, too. Learn his thrifting secrets.
Impress your intended with a beautiful symbol of your devotion that's doubly impressive because you didn't get taken when you bought it.
Keeping the kids entertained is yet another challenge for single parents. Get creative, watch the budget, and give your kids experiences to remember.
Maternity benefits in the US are definitely stingy. Learn some simple ways to cut costs to match the reduced income baby brings.
Kids have voracious appetites — for their parents' time. Claw some of it back with this collection of daily kidcare shortcuts and family-life time-savers.
Easy and frugal ways to bring a big smile to your mother's face.
Where does the time go? Who knows, but without these 15 must-have time and labor savers, it would go even faster.
What do we value most in life? Family and friends. Keep and strengthen those precious bonds by avoiding these common relationship-busters.
One in three partners in a committed financial relationship has been deceived by their partner about money. Why do partners lie about spending and what can you do about it?
Who's smarter — older siblings or younger ones? It all depends on when you ask.
First dates are nerve-wracking, but you can end them fast — and your shot at a second — before they even get started with any of these moves.
From hurricane warnings to food safety advice, there's an app for that. Protect you and your family from a world of dangers with your smartphone.
A recent study found that daughters of fathers who help with household chores are more ambitious. Try more ways to encourage children to aim high.
Mixing money matters and family dynamics can make gatherings more awkward than usual. Learn to manage both for happier finances and family.
While kids are sopping up lessons from their elders, adults would be wise to learn something in return. Here's what you can learn from kids.
Our kids can offer surprising insights on how to make more money and spend it wisely — all you have to do is learn how to listen.
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