One of the most commons questions among new families is where to start with your finances. There are a million ways your budget is being stretched and, I get it, the decisions seem endless. You have daycare expenses (can’t really skip that), groceries (those either), your 401(k), and medical bills. Those insurance premiums aren’t going down anytime soon, are they?
You want to set yourself up for financial success, and “do the right things” for your family. But what does that mean? And do you really need to start saving for college tuition when your baby isn’t even crawling yet?
Read on for help making those first household financial decisions.