- Health Insurance planning for baby
- Saving for child expenses - furniture, clothes, medical bills, nanny, daycare, preschool, etc.
- Where to direct your spending when planning for children - buying new vs. buying used vs. borrowing maternity clothes, baby clothes, furniture and baby equipment
- Saving for Baby in a separate bank account
- Check into your company's benefits - HSA accounts
- Other Considerations - check out our blog posts on life insurance, estate planning, college planning (it's never too soon to start saving for college)
For additional insights, be sure to check out Peter's blog post on setting up a Reverse Budget and making saving automatic; this might be helpful when planning for baby.
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