Many students find summer school highly beneficial, but for others, it may not be a good fit. What are the ups and downs of summer school? If you’re wondering whether summer school for a high schooler is worth it, find a few pros and cons to consider.
Some people are superstitious and think making a will could cause them to die. It won't, obviously. But others think wills are only for wealthy people. Or they think young people don't need wills. Or they don't want to start family squabbles. The truth is that anyone with any assets at all needs a will.
Give Your Kid a Million recently spoke with Anthony Macchione, CEO of AMI Group of Elgin, IL. Macchione founded AMI Group in 2012.
Many parents face the challenge of negotiating terms of visitation and custody, which can be a daunting task. When tensions are high, often around the end of a relationship, it can feel impossible to make good, sound decisions for your children’s well-being.
Give Your Kid a Million recently caught up with GYKAM agency partner Kash Fadaie of Fadaie Insurance Agency of Temecula, CA.
Securing life insurance is one of the most important purchases to make. No one enjoys talking about the unexpected, especially something as difficult as your own death. But it’s important to set up security for family members or dependents so that in case of an accident, you can still take care of your family.
Give Your Kid a Million recently spoke with Steve Gannon, of Gannon Insurance Agency. Located 15 miles outside Philadelphia in Bensalem, PA, the Gannon Insurance Agency offers auto, home, life, umbrella and business coverage, primarily for Bucks and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania.
If your family vacation this year includes visiting family, these survival tips just might help you avoid a vacation nightmare.
Welcoming New Partner Jim Burns to the Give Your Kid a Million team!
If you’re struggling to find the right kind of activities for your kids, you’re not alone. Most parents find this to be difficult when kids either want to quit one activity or just don’t seem to be good at it. Is it too much to ask of them? How much do they really want to be involved? Should you make them finish out the season if they want to quit?