How to deal if your kid hates remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic

Catherine Pearson •
Huffington Post
How To Deal If Your Kid Hates Remote Learning During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Across the United States, millions of parents and caregivers are now doing something they never thought they would: homeschooling — or perhaps more accurately, overseeing remote learning while in many cases simultaneously attempting to work full-time. It’s been called the biggest distance learning experiment in history. That feels pretty damn diplomatic to me. My own

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Here’s how much money you need to save every month to put your kid through 4 years of college

Tanza Loudenback •
Business Insider
Here's how much money you need to save every month to put your kid through 4 years of college

College is a huge financial investment, but most families believe the high price is justified. According to the Sallie Mae report “How America Pays For College 2019,” a survey conducted in partnership with research-company Ipsos found that seven in 10 parents and students say the cost of college today is either appropriately priced, a bargain, or

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4 money mistakes new parents make

Christy Bieber •
The Motley Fool

Kids are inherently expensive, even for the most frugal families and the most careful financial planners. And although your bundle of joy comes with a host of costs you need to prepare for, there’s no reason to make having a baby even more expensive than it has to be.  Unfortunately, many parents make money mistakes

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The 5 money lessons I taught my teenage daughter that helped her save $10,000

Gina Zakaria •
Business Insider
The 5 money lessons I taught my teenage daughter that helped her save $10,000

Teens and money seem to be mutually exclusive—if our kids don’t learn the right lessons early, they’re likely to make big financial mistakes. It doesn’t help that they’ve got to learn most of these important lessons before they enter college. But, as parents, we often don’t give our teens enough credit. They are quick learners,

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5 things to teach children about money

Susan Paige •
Saving Advice

Teaching children how to handle money responsibly is one of the most important things a parent can do to prepare them for adult life. Helping kids understand the value of money from an early age can provide the perfect platform for financial prudence when adulthood comes around. While everyone’s financial circumstances are different, the theories

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