Today’s posts are all about family and money. Check them out below:
- On Women’s Money Week: The Cost of a Baby Isn’t as High as You Think (But There are Surprises)
- From MoneyCrush: Tired of Fighting About Money?
- From Ideas For Women: Money, Finance, and Investing Blog:4 Tips to Balance Your Family’s Income and Time Needs
- From Payoff: 5 Ways to Teach Children to Be Smart With Their Money
- From NZ Muse: Family and money, obligation and guilt
- From OCCA Consumer Debt Relief: Dealing with Debt during a Divorce
- From New School of Finance: Stop Bikering About Money
- From Femme Frugality: The Cost of Children: Health
- From Chicago on the Cheap: Kids and money
- From Eboo Saves: Family and Money
- From Money Master Mom: Yearly Expenses for a Family of Five
- From Monroe on a Budget: Don’t let high school keepsakes eat your budget
- From Northern Cheapskate: How to Decide If You Can Afford to Have Kids
- From Tackling Our Debt: Are Your Family Vacations Frugal or Expensive?
- From Financial Woman: Who is in Charge of Money in Your Home?
- From Family Money Values: Let Your Children Work
- From Single Moms Income: Shielding Children from Financial Struggles as a Single Mom
- From The Road Not Chosen: Family and Money – Cost of kids
- From Budget for Health: Leave the light on, pay a quarter
- From Go Green Travel Green: Is a Growing Family the Reason I Want to Travel Less?
- From Mo’ Money Mo’ Houses: Why Family & Money Should Not Mix
- From My Dog Ate My Wallet: Family and Money Update
- From Fiscally Chic: Do You Need Life Insurance?
- From November Sunflower: When does it make sense for someone to stay home with the kids?
- From One Frugal Girl: Who Is In Charge Of Your Finances? In My House We Are Equally Responsible.
- From Little Miss Moneybags: Money and Family
- From Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance: How to Talk About Money with the Family – the M Word
- From Suddenly Frugal: 8 Tax Benefits of Being a Parent
- From Money Crashers: How to Make a Family Budget With Your Kids
- From Becoming Me: The Absolute Best Resources for Family Budgeting
- From Fat Wallet Blog: 10 Ways to Include Your Kids in Your Family Finances
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Boo. not all women want to have kids, and the insinuation that we are too dumb to heed “normal” financial advice is insulting as well.
Hi Lauren, seems like you may have missed the point of this post, and Women’s Money Week in general. (And “family” includes a whole lot more than just kids.) Maybe next time you could join in and write a post that describes your experience…
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