Good Financial Reads: For Adoptive Parents

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November 24, 2017

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Catch up on some of the latest posts with this week's roundup:

Your Comprehensive List on Staying Home

by Krista Cavalieri, Evolve Capital

The decision to stay home does not come lightly. Finding all the information about what that means for you can mean spending a lot of time on the internet. Time we know you probably do not have. Whether you are thinking of staying home, or already staying home, below is a comprehensive list on what you need to consider.

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How to Prepare Financially for Adoption

by Brian Thompson, Brian Thompson Financial LLC

Congratulations.  You’ve decided to adopt a child.  Now how are you going to pay for it?

In honor of National Adoption Month, I’ve covered the importance of adoption and how the process works. Now, I’d like to switch gears and discuss how you can prepare financially. It’s a big challenge.  Adoptions typically cost tens of thousands of dollars, in addition to the already hefty expense of raising a child.

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Minimizing risks in your home

by Rebecca Conner, SeedSafe Financial LLC

My daughter is closing in on crawling/walking and grabbing anything new and different.  Inevitably, this means anchoring shelves, TVs, and other climbable items to the wall.  Taking a fresh look at my home makes me think about the other potential risks we just don’t think about often.

The potential accident risks that exist inside and outside your home may go unnoticed in your day to day. Here are some simple steps to help convert your home sanctuary into a safer environment for family members and house guests to enjoy:

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Happy National Adoption Month!

by Brian Thompson, Brian Thompson Financial LLC

November was named National Adoption Month 22 years ago, and ever since, this month has been a time to promote awareness of the need for adoptive families for children in foster care. This year, the theme is “Teens Need Families, No Matter What.”  The theme continues the push for identifying well-prepared and committed families for thousands of teens in foster care.

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