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Having a child

The decision to have a child is a monumental one that will impact virtually every area of your life, yet the financial implications are sometimes overlooked. We've created the guides below to help you think about the many different implications that having a child may have on your family's finances. Included is a step-by-step process for creating a financial plan for having a child, as well as detailed information on saving for college.

DIY Baby

The smiles, laughter and love that come with a new baby are priceless, but caring for your little one involves a good deal of expense. Learn More.

So How Much Will It Cost?

Childcare, medical, and education costs all factor into the expense of having a child. Learn More.

Providing for a Special Needs Child

Anyone with children will tell you caring for a family’s financial well-being is a huge responsibility, but for parents of children with special needs, every penny becomes even more important.. Learn More.

Creating a Financial Plan for Having a Child

Early preparation is the key to ensuring that your budget meets the needs of your growing family. Learn More.

The Financial Benefits of Having a Child

Although there are many expenses associated with having a child, there are also many financial incentives as well. Learn More.

Coming Home: What You Do – And Probably Don't – Need Right Away

You shouldn't arrive at the hospital without a car seat, but many other infant purchases can wait. Learn More.


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