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Toddlers and Preschoolers – Financial


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Whether there's plenty of money coming in or you're struggling to make ends meet, a family budget is a useful tool to help manage a family's finances. While the idea of a budget seems simple – tracking money coming in and money spent – it can be an eye-opening exercise that can help reduce stress, maintain family harmony, and make the best use of your resources. For more tips on how to make a family budget, follow the links below.

  • Making a Budget
  • Financial Stories & Strategies
  • Gift Cards and Prepaid Credit Cards
  • Moving On & Managing Your Money : An Information Guide for Domestic Violence Survivors – When leaving a home where there is domestic violence, people are often faced with money problems. This Guide brings together a variety of information to help identify what steps to take and where to call as survivors get on their feet and manage their money.
  • Avoiding debt during the holiday season: The holiday season can be an exciting time. Most people enjoy looking for the perfect gifts for their friends and loved ones. Sometimes, though, people also end up spending more during the holidays than they had planned. This can leave them with mounting credit card debt and stress that will last long after the holiday season ends. You can avoid running up those bills by following these tips.
  • Post holiday debt: Holiday debt affects many of us, no matter how frugal we may be. You may be shocked or even a little sad when you get your credit card bill, but don't let it get you down. Here are some things you can do to take control of your spending.