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Child Care Costs Are Why I'm Not Having More Kids

The rise of "one and done," only-child families in the United States is largely due to skyrocketing child care costs. At this rate, can working parents even afford

How Your Parenting Style Determines Your Child's Financial Success Later On

A new study reveals that one notable parenting style results in cost savings to families as well as future financial benefits as children mature into adulthood. Here's how it works.

Travel Gear for New Parents That's Worth the Investment Cost

Make traveling with an infant a breeze with this batch of baby-friendly, investment travel gear that's well worth the upfront cost—and will save you time, money (and major headaches) in the long run.

6 Ways to Save on Dental Care

Those yearly dental checkups and procedures are essential—but they can be expensive. Here are budget-savvy ways to cut down on dental costs while keeping your teeth healthy and your wallet happy.

This Mother-Daughter Duo Can Help You Travel For Nearly Free

After mom of five Pam Iorg passed on her love of travel to her daughter Alex Payne, the two figured out how to "hack" credit card miles and points to vacation on the cheap and started a blog to share their tips.

How to Make the Most of Your Family Road Trip Without Going Broke

Family road trips are back in style—but they can come with hidden costs. If you and the kids are hitting the open road this summer, these tips will ensure you don't blow your travel budget.

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Durable Kid-Friendly Decor That Will Save Parents Money in the Long Run

When you shop for durable design, you don't have to replace it when your kid transitions from toddler to tween. And that's a parenting money hack we can all get behind.

How Black Families are Generating Wealth for the Next Generation

The wealth gap between Black and white families in the U.S. has been the same for 30 years. But here's how today's Black parents are changing that—by creating generational wealth.

I'm Tempted to Give Up on Career Post-Kids—But Here's Why I'm Not

For seven years, I mostly lived off my husband's income so I could be the primary caregiver for our three young children. And it's come at a cost: my entire career.