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Marriage, Children, and Family
Advice on managing money with your spouse and teaching financial lessons to your children.
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Marriage, Children, and Family posts

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How to Talk About Finances Before Marriage

Before you tie the knot, tie up this loose end and have the all-important money talk with your partner.
8 Tips to Talk to Your Spouse About Money

8 Tips on How to Talk to Your Spouse About Money

It might not be easy, especially during times of financial worry or stress. But, like your relationship, the effort you put into managing your money will be time (and work) well spent.
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How to Save For Family Emergencies & Build Your Family Emergency Fund

Here are a few pointers and best practices to help you start saving for your family emergency fund.
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Best Money-Saving Tips: Saving For a Baby

Between the diapers, the crib, the stroller, the diapers (again), and the hospital costs, your new little bundle of joy can cost a whole bundle of money.
A mother teaches her two children how to save money in a unicorn piggy bank

7 Tips for Teaching Your Kids About Money

Teaching your kids about money is a great way for them to get some valuable life lessons directly from you. And you may even learn something new as part of the process too.
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Our Top Tips for Saving on Family Expenses

Here’s some good news: your family can make a few small changes that add up to big savings over time. 
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6 Ways to Save on After-School Activities

If you’re looking for options to keep costs down this school year, consider some of the following methods.
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5 Money Questions to Ask Before Marriage

Before you tie the knot, tie up a few loose financial ends and have a discussion about money with your better half.
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