Category: Work/Life Balance

Should Your Child Have a Credit Card?

Sixty percent of parents in a recent survey said they have allowed their under-18 children to use their credit card to make online purchases, with nearly 50% regretting it. Nearly half (46%) of parents say their child used their credit card at least once without permission, up from 29% in 2018.

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The Great Allowance Debate

The question of whether to give children an allowance has vexed parents since the turn of the 20th century. It’s an issue faced by each new generation of parents without any clear, universal answer, yet is an important consideration in financial literacy … even for celebrities and children of wealth.

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Surviving Empty Nest Syndrome

As a child prepares to move out of their childhood home or go to college, parents may be inundated with a number of feelings, chief among them stress, elation, and, perhaps, excitement, along with grief, known as empty nest syndrome.

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The Importance of Mothers

It is impossible to overestimate the value of mothers to children, family, community and society. A mother’s impact is as profound as it is transcendent for those blessed enough to have such a parent in their life. Recognizing that words may fail us in fully capturing the importance of mothers, let’s, nevertheless, try.

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