How Not to Break the Bank When Budgeting for a New Baby
By AM Northwest Staff
Melissa Moog, Baby Planning Expert and Founder of Itsabelly Baby Concierge, talked about how to be smart when budgeting for a new baby.
You're excited about the bundle of joy that's going to join you in nine months. Now, you want to make sure you don't break the bank by doing all of the right things to budget for baby's arrival. Based on an exclusive survey of 1,000 new moms from Babycenter.com in 2007 they estimated it would cost $7,542 on average for baby's first year. This amount does not including medical costs which is another $7,600 on average according to the Federal Agency of Healthcare Research and Quality. No doubt that you want to spend your dollars wisely once baby's here!
Here are some tips on how to maintain your finances.
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