Very few families with children do not have to be aware of where their money goes. Children cost money and priorities are set based on individual families goals and priorities. As a family with a child who has special needs, your demands are even greater. Special equipment, trips to the hospital, parking...gas... Im sure you can add to this list.
Most chilren are eligable for the Disability Tax Credit that helps offset some of the above daily costs, but not all. The Registered Disability Savings Plan helps with future costs.
When it comes to day and day and month to month financial management, it is a very personal topic. I thought today's post could look at families that have found ways to stretch the dollar and work towards larger goals. Your goals may be different, but you may be able to pick uyp some navigation tools!
Let me know if you have and tried and tested approaches to share!
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