Budgeting for your bundle of joy.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that the average middle-income family will spend over $241,080 raising a child until the age 18 – and that doesn’t include college.
Babies are great additions to the family, but they can cause a lot of subtraction from the family budget! Find resources to help you accommodate this bundle of joy in your financial plans and raise your child to make money smart decisions in the future.
Financial Management Tools
- How to Give Kids an Allowance
- Raising Money Smart Kids
- Teens and Money
- Back-to-School Shopping Tips
- Kids and Credit
- Grants, Loans, and Work Study
- Saving for Baby
- Parents Feel the Weight of Student Loan Debt
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