Recently, I received a letter from a reader that read:
I am 6 months pregnant and my husband has a decent job. As of now, we haven’t been able save any money for our daughter-to-be. It worries me to death that we have nothing put away for her. I work part time as a teacher and I’ve been chipping in to help pay the bills. I feel like I’m rushing against time to find a permanent job before the baby is born. We are very excited about the baby, but I’m constantly worried about how we’re going to afford everything. Can you please give me some advice?
Jolene isn’t alone. In fact, when I researched for a chapter of my book where I discuss top fears of parents-to-be, financial worries or more accurately, financial planning appears to be at the top of every parents mind.
Here are what you can do to ensure your finances are in order and thus prevent money related stress during pregnancy….