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My Family Drained Our Savings to Buy a House in This Crazy Real Estate Market—And We Have No Regrets
Draining your entire savings, mid-pandemic, when you have a toddler and a new job, is scary. Any financial advisor would have said: Don't do that. But we went ahead with the plan anyway.
How These Restaurant Owners Are Teaching Their Children About Generational Wealth
Black restaurateurs are in business for more than to serve up good food and experiences. These Black-owned family businesses are creating a legacy of wealth to pass down through generations.
10 Affordable Babymoon Ideas for 2022
You don't have to spend the equivalent of your childbirth bills to get away for that final pre-baby break. These beautiful babymoon destinations for 2022 are romantic and affordable.
12 Tips to Help You Save Money on Gas
The cost of gas is soaring. Here are some ways to save your family money at the pump.
What You Should Really Teach Kids About Gambling—and How to Have the Conversation
Gambling behaviors, usually via games, can begin sneakily—and surprisingly early in a kid's life. Here's what parents need to watch for.
A Family Guide To Buying a House
Expert tips on everything from finding the best real estate agent to obtaining a competitive mortgage and preparing for closing costs.

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Planning to Foster a Child for the First Time? Here's What You Need to Know About Managing Finances

Planning home visits and getting licensed is a necessary but time-consuming process, and soon-to-be foster parents need to be prepared—physically, emotionally, and financially.