One in every five Americans now lives in a “multiple generation” household, according to a Pew Research Center analysis. Using data from the U.S. Census, the center determined that multi-generational family living is rising in most age groups and almost every racial group. A bit of backstory: This is almost as high as 1950 when
Who doesn’t love a vacation? If you’re thinking about the smartest way to use your travel funds, you may have heard of timeshares as a savvy vacation home alternative. But what’s a timeshare exactly? And does investing in a timeshare really make fiscal sense? Let’s take a look. What is a timeshare? A timeshare is
Back-to-school shopping can get expensive fast. On one hand, you think you’re just buying pens, pencils, and notebooks, but everything adds up. Clothes can also be pricey even with the sales and discounts especially if you’re purchasing a whole new fall wardrobe. For parents who wind up spending a few hundred dollars each year during
The connectivity aspect of our era made room for the seamless and near-instant use of sensitive and customer-specific data, which previously took days to utilize in manual systems. Despite the thrill of the advancement, the presence of sensitive data transfers managed to create new forms of criminal activities, such as identity theft and database breaches.
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Whether you are adopting or giving birth to a child, overseeing a minor’s life is fraught with expansive (and expensive) tasks: Feeding, fretting, toileting, and procuring seem to consume the new parent. So, while it is understandable why new parents are laser-focused on their newborn’s immediate needs, they should have the wherewithal to remember the