Pet insurance might be a good idea if you simply want peace of mind. That way, you know that if your pet experiences an unfortunate health issue, the bills won’t crush your budget. Importantly, pet insurance doesn’t cover everything. Even with coverage, you’ll still have to pay for a variety of items. Here’s what you need to know.
More than 36 million eligible American families are expected to receive monthly child tax credit payments slated to start on July 15.
The results are in: teaching kids early financial education pays off in smart money decisions down the line. In one study, from the National Endowment for Financial Education, kids who participated in financial education courses made better choices when it came to paying for college.
Talking about money is rarely easy, yet given the state of the world right now it’s completely necessary. And when it comes to getting a better handle on how to discuss finances and financial plans with your elderly parents, it’s often better to start those conversations much sooner than you think you should.
One of the best things about the Holidays is time spent together. Not so easy to do during a pandemic.
So how do you stay safe, but still stay engaged?
Let’s take it virtual!
Here are six fabulous money-savvy ideas for everyone on your list.
It may seem simple, but sharing financial lessons in fun ways with your family and friends can help lead to a lifetime of better money habits by those you care for the most. With nearly everyone feeling some impact from the COVID-19 global pandemic, the upcoming 2020 holiday season is a perfect time to introduce children and adults alike to gifts that can help them become more financially savvy.
The pandemic has changed many things this year, none more so than in-person shopping. The holidays are here and this may not be the year to leave everything till last minute.
The pandemic has changed life dramatically. One idea that might be popping into your head that never did before? Buying life insurance for your kids. If that thought has grown into something you want to explore, here are some things you should know.
New England winters are not for the faint of heart. Freezing temperatures and lots of snow can make staying inside and bundling up seem like the only option - especially when you are on a budget. However, if the idea of being stuck at home all winter makes you go stir crazy, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of our favorite winter activities that don’t break the bank:
What to consider when adopting a rescue pup:
Each and every dog comes with their own quirks and challenges, however when rescuing shelter dogs those quirks and challenges may be different than anticipated. Take into account the past, present, and future of your new, four-legged friend when adopting.