Same-sex couples face a dizzying patchwork of laws and regulations that vary from state to state. These can affect your finances in different ways and create lots of paperwork. Here’s a simple checklist to review:
For people born after 1981 (aka: The Millennial Generation), the job market is tough. In response to high unemployment rates and jobs that don’t take advantage of their skills, many are choosing an unconventional career route. Here is what the career path of the Millennial Generation looks like today.
The White House recently hosted its first-ever White House Summit on Financial Capability and Empowerment, an event dedicated to advancing financial knowledge in the United States. Read how you can become a financial role model and begin to teach your children about the importance of financial empowerment.
Beth Kobliner, MintFamily expert, is answering a reader’s question today. See what she has to say about saving for your child’s future and why it’s ok to be selfish when it comes to paying for their education.
It’s not uncommon for children to carry around a cell phone these days, but technology shouldn’t be handed over without a clear set of rules and expectations. Here are some guidelines about when tykes should become techies and how to navigate the costs along the way.
April means more than just spring showers and tax deadlines- it’s also National Financial Capability Month. President Obama is urging Americans to learn more about their money, and that includes your children. Here are four ways to teach them what they need to know.
For many overextended parents, filing taxes is a last-minute endeavor. If you still haven’t filed your taxes for 2011, here are some tips on how to make the most of your deductions and get yourself organized for next year.
Lady Gaga knows the importance of giving back, which is exactly what she is doing by launching the Born This Way Foundation. Read how one mother and her teenage daughter learned a valuable lesson from this teen icon.
An allowance can be an important tool for teaching your children about money. Even so, the issue of giving children an allowance brings up many questions. Read on to find out how and when to set an allowance without resorting to giving handouts.