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12 Things Everyone Must Do to Stay Financially Healthy Right Now The coronavirus has thrown one hell of a haymaker at all of our finances. Here are a dozen things everyone should do to stay financially healthy.Bank of Dad
My Kid’s Preschool Isn’t Doing Anything Right Now. Do I Have to Pay Them? This is a tricky situation. But here's what to consider.Bank of Dad
How to Spend Your Stimulus Check to Help Your Family and Your Community If you're going to spend that check, think locally.
How to Model Family Spending During the Covid-19 Pandemic Getting a handle on spending during this new normal will help families succeed in the long run.
It's Time to Protect Your Credit Score A lot of lenders are being lenient but you have to let them know if you’re in financial trouble.Bank of Dad
Affording College Just Got...Interesting Despite 529 accounts (and everything else) taking a big hit, a sudden shift of strategy could make things even worse.
My Wife Has a Secret Bank Account. What Do I Do? "As far as I knew, we were saving as much money as we could and making joint decisions. But now? It seems like we’re separate people."Bank of Dad
Don't Go Down With the Sickness Human nature tells us to run when things look ugly. Experts say that’s the last thing you should do.
The Tax Deductions and Credits All Parents Should Know New baby? Medical expenses? Child care? Mortgage interest? There's a lot that can be deducted.Bank of Dad
Kakeibo Is the Japanese Money-Saving Method All Couples Should Try Translated to "financial household ledger," the Kakeibo approach is a simple and straightforward way to KonMari your spending.