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There’s nothing that will make you focus on the here and now like having a baby. But now more than ever, you should be planning for your future. Here the Nerds offer clear advice for new parents’ retirement planning, covering:
Ah, tax time. The most dreaded time of the year gets even more complex when you have a child. The good news is that your little one could mean you get a bigger refund or owe less when Uncle Sam comes knocking.
You’re on an overseas trip and about to rent a car. You decline the additional insurance offer and mentally high-five yourself for saying no because your credit card offers primary rental coverage.
No one wants to pay more for car insurance than they have to. But prices for the same level of coverage can vary widely from one insurance company to the next, since discounts and surcharges differ with each insurer. That’s why it pays to compare car insurance quotes from several companies.
If you rent your home, much of the responsibility of maintaining the dwelling falls to your landlord, including insurance for the structure itself. But a landlord’s insurance doesn’t extend to a renter’s personal belongings. If disaster struck your home — such as a fire or storm — the landlord’s insurance would pay for building repairs, but if you want coverage for your possessions, you’ll want renters insurance.
Choosing child care is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make for your new baby, especially if you’d prefer strapping her to your back and taking her with you everywhere. If you’re like most parents, you’re already dreading the initial days of separation after spending so much one-on-one time with your bundle of joy. Here, the Nerds make the process a little easier by:
The Affordable Care Act, or ACA, requires that most Americans buy health insurance — but not everyone signed up, and not everyone who did sign up kept their coverage. Millions could owe a tax penalty for not having health insurance, a fee that’s sometimes called the Obamacare penalty .
In the midst of buying baby clothes and preparing for the sleepless nights of new parenthood, estate planning may be far down on your list of priorities. You may not even fully understand what estate planning is. That’s OK. We’re here to help you consider the key aspects of estate planning, including: