Thursday November 26, 2020

Working out family values

Having a child is a joyous event, but many first-time parents are unprepared for just how drastically a new birth will affect their financial situation, writes Emma Kennedy, Personal Finance Correspondent

21st May, 2011

Having a child is a joyous event, but many first-time parents are unprepared for just how drastically a new birth will affect their financial situation, writes Emma Kennedy, Personal Finance Correspondent

Walking up the aisle, holding your newborn for the first time or watching babies take their first step. You might say such moments are priceless but, alas, they are not. Although it might sound heartless, most of life’s special moments also come with a...

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