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8 Reasons Why Financial Education is Important
At The Institute for Families and Nannies we want to empower nannies to be in charge of their financial life. Here's some good reasons to create a financial plan:
1. To See Where Your Money is Going. Do you have a budget? If not, chances are that you have no idea where your hard earned cash goes, and you may find yourself coming up short before your next paycheck arrives. Creating a budget to track your spending will help you end up keeping more dollars in your pocket.
2. To Get out of Debt. If you find yourself mindlessly reaching for a credit card to make purchases, chances are that your credit card debt is higher that you’d like. Did you know that many people end up spending up to twice as much on the original purchase by the time they have paid interest to the credit card company? It’s time to keep that money for yourself.
3. To Save for Retirement. Many people don’t think twice about saving for retirement, especially if you’re young and retirement seems like a blur in the distant future. By ignoring your retirement savings or relying on social security, you will not have enough to retire comfortably. The Financial Planning for Nannies workshop will help you take your retirement into your own hands.
4. To Help You Through Unforeseen Emergencies. What if the car breaks down or your have an expensive medical bill that you didn’t expect? Putting the expense on your credit card will only make your finances worse. But if you had created a space in your budget for an emergency savings account, there would be no need to stress about unexpected expenses.
5. To Make Sure You’re Paying Your Taxes Correctly. There’s nothing worse financially than to be surprised with a hefty tax bill come April 15th. By educating yourself about your financial situation and how much you need to pay the IRS, there will be no surprises, and you’ll be able to save the appropriate amount from each paycheck.
6. To be a Good Example to Your Kids. Whether you have children now, plan to have children in the future, or want to help the family you work for by being a good example, teaching kids about saving and spending while they’re young can make a big impact on their financial situation as adults.
7. To Understand Why and Where You Should be Investing. Investing can be a scary proposition, but the fact is that in order for your savings to keep up with inflation and support you when you retire, investing is a smart move. Learn more about how it works so when the time comes, you’ll be able to make the move with confidence.
8. To Become Financially Independent. Once you have a budget in place, no credit card debt, an emergency savings account and a retirement fund in place, the fear of not being able to pay your bills because you live paycheck to paycheck will diminish and you’ll be able to focus your energy on the things that matter to you the most in life.
Book Review: Smart Women Finish Rich by David Bach
“Smart Women Finish Rich” is a motivational financial roadmap giving women nine actionable steps to help them achieve financial security and fund their dreams. Read it, or attend Chirp's upcoming Financial Planning for Nannies workshop on June 26th!Read More
4 Reasons Why Professional Development Classes for Nannies are Important
Why are professional development classes for nannies important? We've got four great reasons for you.Read More
The Importance of Play
Join us in 2018 at our workshop for Nannies, where we will discover The Importance of Play, and how to ensure that children from ages 0-6 get the most out of their play time.Read More
Child Development for Ages 0-6
Calling all Nannies! Join us in 2018 for an important workshop about child development.Read More
How to Have Difficult Conversations with Employers
Calling all Nannies! Join us on Sunday, February 21st for an informative workshop: How to Have Difficult Conversations with Employers.Read More
You're Invited: Holiday Party for Nannies
It's hard to believe that it's already November, and the holidays are just around the corner. Before your holiday schedule gets too full, we want to invite all Nannies to The Institute for Families and Nannies's upcoming holiday party!
Kids will soon be out of school for the holidays as the end of the year rolls around, meaning Nannies will need to have some extra activities up their sleeves to keep their charges entertained. At the party, Lauren Sharp (Chirp Nanny and owner of ARTifact art studio where she teaches kids' art classes) will teach Nannies a handful of fun new activities that they can use on the job.
In addition to learning something new, the holiday party is an opportunity for Nannies to connect with each other and celebrate the season. Refreshments, music, good company? That's what holiday parties are all about. Bring a friend (or two!) and join the fun! (And, parents, please pass this invitation on to your Nannies.)
What: The Institute for Families and Nannies' Holiday Party for Nannies
When: Sunday, December 10th, 10:00 am to noon
Where: ARTifact, 2803 Greenwich Street, SF
Photo Credit: Nongbri Family Pix/flickr
You're Invited: Nanny Self-Care Workshop
On Sunday, November 1st, Chirp is offering a free workshop that will help Nannies learn how to relax, de-stress and improve their overall well-being.Read More