Kids

education

Private Prep or Undergrad Tuition: What's the Better Investment?

6:30 am, February 21, 2014

Most families have a limited amount of funds to put toward children's education, and private primary or high school is a calculated risk.

summer

5 Tips Toward Finding the Perfect Summer Camp

8:00 am, February 20, 2014

There's still snow on the ground, but that makes it the right time to lock in a summer camp now.

financial literacy

Allowances Are Still at $16.25 a Week, But on the Rise

8:00 am, February 05, 2014

The average kid is getting $65 per month and $780 per year in allowance -- enough to buy an Apple iPad and three Kindles.

paying for college

College Funding For Christmas Is Never Out of Style

8:00 am, December 10, 2013

Almost two-thirds of Americans with kids expect friends and family to help send a kid to college.

family

Sending Teen to College and Baby in Day Care Costs the Same

6:15 am, November 26, 2013

The cost of infant day care now surpasses that of in-state tuition for four-year public colleges in 31 states, and the situation is getting worse.

real estate

The Cheapest U.S. Cities to Have a Baby In

7:15 am, November 15, 2013

Raising a child is pricey, but here are five cities you can move to and reduce that tab (at least in year one).

computers

Parents Don't Get the Full Story on Kids' Online Habits

8:00 am, November 08, 2013

The results of this survey may shock parents, but at least there are steps they can take toward better online safety habits.

family

Our Officially Poor 48% of Schoolkids Show Recession Never Ended for Some

6:15 am, November 06, 2013

Nearly half of the nation's 50 million public school students are now low income. It's worst in the South.

 

10 Questions for a ... Fertility Specialist

5:32 pm, September 30, 2013

From procedures to payments, an expert explains everything you need to know about how much it really costs.

social media

Teens Think They're Staying Safe From Online ID Theft--But Their Friends Aren't

9:00 am, August 29, 2013

Only 11% of teens surveyed admit being too lackadaisical about protecting their online identity. Parents may have to make sure.

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