Millennials, whom we define as those ages 18-34 in 2015, now number 75.4 million, surpassing the 74.9 million Baby Boomers (ages 51-69).
In recent years, young adults have been the age group most likely to live in multigenerational households (previously, it had been older adults).
Do you Roo? Look on Pinterest for DoYouRoo for lots of ideas for your family, ranging from fun kid projects to tasty dishes taste tested by real families like yours.
It used to be that talking about money was taboo, even within families. New research shows that kids who are part of a family discussion about money and budgeting are more successful in managing their own finances.
No one will ever say 2020 was a typical year. With double digit unemployment and many of those still working on reduced schedules, you are likely having to rewrite your budget based on a lower income.
Whether your kids are close to moving out on their own or still a few years from leaving the nest, it's never too early to teach them how to save money on the one expense they can't get away from ... groceries.
A typical summer for your family likely involves days at the local swimming pool, amusement parks, zoos, summer camp, etc. This summer will be anything but typical. That's ok! There are lots of ways to still have fun as a family, while keeping everyone safe and healthy.
Money is likely a little more tight right now. The one thing that you can't cut and has likely gone up is your grocery bill.