As kids returned to school this week I could feel the sense of relief in the air and it caused me to once again question how full-time working parents manage child minding in the school holidays.
Negotiating money and finances in a new relationship is tricky enough, but doubly so when you have dependent children to bring into the mix.
Although her husband insists that the money he earns belongs to them both, Patricia Tan still can't bring herself to spend it.
Melbourne and Sydney parents fear their out-of-pocket childcare costs could jump if the federal government adopts a recommendation to set benchmark figures.
When Josh Brown found a phone on the train last month, he just did what he hoped someone would do for him: he returned it.
We all avoid it but money is probably one of the most important things we can teach our kids if we want them to have a good life.
Dressed as superman this third grader from Detroit helps to feed and clothe the homeless twice a month.
The Abbott government is hard at work on a "families package". What does this mean? Judith Ireland explains.
Cadbury, the No.1 player in Australia's $2 billion chocolate market, plans to reduce the size of its big-selling family blocks of chocolate by about 10 per cent to save costs.
Government funds to NSW private schools are being used to build “extravagant” facilities rather than lowering fees, a Greens MP says.
A recent study by the Commonwealth Bank has found young children have little understanding of where money actually comes from.
Connor Gerrard has no experience, but he won't let that get in the way of getting a job.
Psychologist John Rosemond questions the sanity of parents who go over-the-top with extravagant gifts and experiences for their kids.