Raising kids is way more expensive than it used to be. Wages have remained flat, while the cost of living – and college education – has shot through the roof. But people still want kids. So how do you afford them? Host Neko White talks to a toddler, a personal finance expert, and parents to find out.
The fertility rates in the U.S. are at an all-time low. The ages at which people are having their first child and getting married are on the way up. Partly due to the increase in the cost of living. For those with children, what sacrifices did you have to make to raise them? For those without kids, do you feel like you can afford to have some?