Career woman or career mom? It doesn't have to be one or the other. Know your options and learn how you can find a balance that will work. Our tips help you nail your decision with no regrets.
A new survery has calculated how much the work of a SAHM would cost if she was paid for every task she did, and the result is a six-figure annual salary.
What you must know about your finances.
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These days, after asking you which names you've chosen for the baby, people will want to know whether you plan to stay home or go back to work after giving birth. Truth is, you can't know what's best for you until that baby is in your arms. But if you're eager to plan your post-baby situation, take this 10-question quiz for some light-hearted guidance.Take Quiz
11 steps to finding work-family balance in your crazy-busy world.
Whether you're at home full time or back at your job, you've got issues. We've got solutions.
How you--and baby--can stay happy and fulfilled while adjusting to your new life together.
Here's how to find out what you're entitled to, and how to negotiate the best possible deal.
Having a baby doesn't mean you have to leave your career behind, but juggling motherhood with work isn't always easy. Here's what you need to know -- and discuss -- before Baby comes along.
Shana, a public school teacher, talks about how finances affected her maternity leave decisions.
Leaving work to stay home with kids can be a big adjustment. Moms who've been there offer their best tips.
Does your partner have what it takes to be a stay-at-home dad? Take our quiz to find out.Take Quiz
A new study looks at the financial factors that lead to a higher risk of divorce, and the results may not be what you'd expect.
The number of women leaving work to be home with their children is on the rise. Who are these moms, and what's motivating them? Here, meet five women who explain the joys and the challenges of staying home.
Feeling left out of the family finances because you don't bring home a paycheck? Here's how to lose the guilt -- and regain control of your cash.
Readers share helpful hints on how to make going back to work easier.
One mom wonders how she can entertain herself and baby, besides music classes and mommy support groups.
The decision to stay home with your baby is a deeply personal one -- but it's also a practical, financial one. You may absolutely want to do it. But can you? In many cases, yes, if you are clear eyed about what it will take, says Sally Herigstad, CPA, author of Help! I Can't Pay My Bills. It's partly an attitude adjustment: "If you're accustomed to living on $80,000 a year as a two-income family, you may feel you need that much. But if you try it, you may discover that if you have less, you get by on less."
Your family can live comfortably with one working parent.
Never say these six things to a mom on maternity leave.
Thinking of trading in your briefcase for a diaper bag? Here's how to figure out whether you can manage on one income.
Four strategies for adjusting to life at home with the kids.
A tragedy sheds light on the need for better family-leave policies.
See how Fox News correspondent Jennifer Griffin handles trips to the Middle East while raising three kids.