Learn what you need to know about money and your family from saving strategies to dealing with unexpected expenses. Try our tips and make your budget work.
Shopping for baby clothes while on a budget doesn't have to be stressful. We'll tell you where and how to score a deal on your favorite little baby outfits.
Stocking up on diapers can save you lots of money in the long run. Here's how to do it.
Think it's impossible to feed your family on a grocery budget -- toiletries and cleaning supplies included -- of just $200 a month? Think again! Here are some tips on how you and your family can significantly cut your spending.
What's the secret to making money on eBay? We got the lowdown from four mothers who've figured out how to sell everything from hand-me-downs to holiday gifts.
Giving birth doesn't come cheap. From prenatal care and epidurals to pre-term deliveries and hospital stays, here's the bottom line on hospital births.
If you're worried about your credit score, follow these tips to improve your rating.
Relocating your family can be exciting, but also stressful for you and your kids. Our advice will help dial down the drama, so everyone can have a smooth move.
Ellie Kay, a Moms Money Clinic advisor for Parents, guest blogs regularly to answer mail about personal finance issues. Today she's helping parents learn how to get money-smart and attack debt.
Having a baby can be the most rewarding time of your life. Yet adjusting to the additional costs can be stressful. From clothes and food to childcare and education -- we provide 8 ways to spend your money wisely during the first few months of your baby's life.
Set aside a few minutes every day to complete small tasks that can lead to big financial outcomes.
Babies go through an incredible amount of diapers. Whether you are using cloth diapers or disposable ones, here are the best ways to stay on a budget.
With high-tech performance, safety, and convenience features available at all price levels, it's easier than ever to choose a model that's built for your family's needs.
There's no need to dread making (and sticking to) a budget. Take control of your finances to make life less stressful.
Trolling for discounts can save your family money, but it's not for everyone. If you don't have the time, space, buying habits, or inclination, the couponing process will cause more headaches than it is worth. Take our quiz to see whether you're better off clipping -- or skipping.
Your little bundle can cost you big. Here's how to avoid blowing your budget.
Involving your child in charity will help the community and teach her an important lesson -- and it lets you spend more time together.
It's never too early to start planning for retirement. With these tips, you'll be on your way to saving in no time.
This holiday season, consider helping these little-known causes that are making a big difference in the lives of needy kids.
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Two young entrepreneurs have developed an app that could put an end to piggy banks.
Parents researched, graded and ranked cities across the country to determine the perfect locales for young families.
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