What do you feel when you learn about other families’ successful kids? Jealousy? Joy? Curiosity about how they accomplished it? Maybe a bit of everything? However you feel, you want your child to be educated and successful too, a goal for every great parent.
We know our kids can be scared of many things: the dark, monsters under the bed, creepy bugs or ghosts. Parents even know how to ease a kid’s fears, by using things like dream-catchers or magical monster spray. But when it’s the parent that gets spooked, what can they use on themselves?
1. How many kids do you have? How old are they?
We have a 3 year old boy and a 3 month old girl.
U-Nest finds 90 percent of parents believe they should pay for their children’s college education; offers three free months of 529 account management to help parents start saving
Most parents hope to create wealth to benefit their children. They dream of helping their children become successful, so they can pass prosperity on to the next generation, the grandkids, and so on. Unfortunately, today’s economy and the increasing burden of student debt may shrink or erase any legacy parents might create for their kids.
How many kids do you have, and how old are they?
I have two kids: identical twin girls. They are almost ten years old now.
What is your favorite family activity?
For us, the most important thing is to be together whatever we do! It can be traveling, going to the movie theater, or staying home. We really enjoy hanging out with friends who have kids as well.
The U-Nest app has recently been featured as App Of The Day. Ksenia Yudina, CEO and founder of U-Nest gave an interview to the technology related online source that publishes overviews of the best and most interesting apps on the market.
In the interview, inter alia, Ksenia provided information about some of the intriguing facts pertaining the app and its development process.
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The high school graduation clock starts counting down as soon as your child is born. The golden ticket that is a college degree can offer your child a bright future and prosperous career, while giving you the peace of mind that everything will be ok. However, planning to save for this bright future is tough for many families. According to Sallie Mae, only 6 in 10 parents are saving for college, and although savings have been the highest since 2013, most families only have $18,135 saved towards higher education.