Parenting Money Tips

Kids are expensive! There’s no shortage of things to buy when it comes to your children.

How do you save money as a parent while still giving your child a bright future?

Whether you have a baby, toddler, grade-schooler or teenager, here are tips from real parents.

From must have baby products to the biggest money mistakes as a parent to tips to raising financially responsible children.

Postpartum Essentials: things YOU NEED after giving birth

Where's the postpartum survival kit registry? All throughout the 9 months of pregnancy, you're preparing for the baby's arrival. You make the announcement to your family and friends. Sign up to the Amazon Baby Registry. Have a baby shower. Get all these cute baby...

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21 Moms Disclose their Biggest Money Mistake

Do you feel like your kid is costing an arm and a leg? According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, every child costs mom and dad $233,610. And that's only up until 17 and doesn't include college expenses! As a pick-up-a-penny-on-the-street kind of person, that...

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How to be Rich: The Rich Mindset vs. Poor Mindset

Have you ever wondered why some people are rich? It's all in the mindset. How you think and use money. Look at Robert Kiyosaki who Celebrity Net Worth estimates as having $80 million. He's the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, one of the best-selling personal finance books...

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0-6 Month Baby Essentials for Frugal Parents

Baby stuff is expensive. With so much selection, deciding what to buy can be overwhelming. What do babies actually use? When I was pregnant, I looked through many baby must haves/essentials lists and spoke to a lot of parents. There seemed to be two opposite schools...

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A Realistic Hospital Bag Checklist for Mom, Dad and Baby

Giving birth for the first time is both a joyous and nerve-wrecking experience. You're beaming and ecstatic about meeting your baby for the first time, but you're terrified about the unknown feeling of labor pain and surprises that might arise. Your first instinct is...

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