Virtual visits are a game changer for new parents. There was a staggering 2,532% rise in telehealth services this year—and many of the new converts are parents of infants. This should come as no surprise: Virtual visits have taken the anxiety and risk out of taking your baby to the doctor. By eliminating travel and reducing cost, telehealth can feel like a miracle for new parents.
In a divorce or separation, turning your child against your ex could have negative outcomes for you. Parental Alienation — turning your children against your ex — though maybe understandable, is never acceptable. Divorce can be traumatizing. Nearly every aspect of your life can change in a short amount of time—financial, emotional, social, and, of […]
There are five things you need to outline in your estate plan to protect your children. You may think estate planning is just for the very rich or the very old. It’s not. Whether you have young children or aging parents, a traditional or non-traditional family, a large house or a small car, you should […]
When it comes to financial planning for parents, there are five basic financial decisions every parent should make. You need to do what is necessary to make good financial choices so you can give your kids the lives you want for them—and maybe not have to work for the rest of your lives to do it!
From setting up tax payments to minimizing financial risk, you’ll need to finish these tasks before your nanny begins working. Here’s what you need to know when hiring a nanny and becoming a household employer, including paying taxes, paying your nanny legally, and reducing financial risk.
Are you one of the thousands of New York families that hired a summer nanny for your child care needs this year? The good news is a summer nanny can be much less expensive than you think when you pay the nanny legally due to the way tax and payroll laws work out.
Leadership skills are the most sought after by employers, and certain after-school programs can help prepare your child to be a successful adult. It is essential to teach students how to take the initiative and adapt to new circumstances, how to communicate effectively, and how to negotiate and resolve conflict in a way that builds and bolsters sustainable, stable relationships.
How paid sick leave, expanded Family and Medical Leave Act, tax credits, and more can affect you and your nanny during the coronavirus pandemic.