Saving Money

Family finance tips

At Gerber Life we know the value of a hard-earned dollar. And when you're raising a family, it becomes even more important to stretch that dollar as far as it can go to help you save money. Our family finance tips can help you make smart decisions for spending your money as well as help you make use of opportunities to save it. Whether it's clipping coupons before grocery shopping or throwing a do-it-yourself (DIY) children's birthday party, our family finance tips can help you think outside the box, so that you can put more money into saving.

  1. Gerber Life Video Contest Voting Ends April 8th!

    Gerber Life Video Contest Voting Ends April 8Vote for your favorite video and help one lucky family win a $10,000 Gerber Life College Plan!

    In our Bring Dreams to Life Video Contest we’ve asked parents and grandparents to share a video showing what their child or grandchild, aged 8 years old or younger, dreams of being when he or she grows up. We’ve been receiving some great videos! From your desktop or laptop computer, visit our contest page at www.facebook.com/gerberlife to view the videos entered and to vote for your favorite. Remember to share the contest with all of your friends and family, so that they can vote, too!

  2. Spring Cleaning for Your Finances

    Couple Spring Cleaning FinancesThe perfect time to get your financial house in order

    It’s easy to get inspired to pick up a dust mop, tuck away sweaters and snow boots, and air out the last of Winter with windows thrown wide to the Springtime sun. Polishing up your financial window may be a little more daunting. But Spring—and the kickoff of tax season—is the perfect time to clean more than cobwebs by getting your financial house in order, too.

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  3. Replace Worries With A Plan: Save Early for College Tuition

    Saving for College TuitionAre you worried about saving for your child’s college tuition? If so, you’re not alone. A recent survey shows that more than 80% of parents have at least one worry about saving for their child’s future college tuition.

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  4. Avoid College Debt by Planning Ahead

    Avoiding College DebtDid you know that the average student loan debt for a 2011 college graduate is $23,300?* It should come as no surprise that a recent study commissioned by Gerber Life reveals that 47% of parents are concerned that their child may graduate with a lot of student loan debt.

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  5. Scholarships for Single Mothers

    Single Mom Attending ClassSingle mothers typically have a full plate of duties and responsibilities. Yet, many are expert multi-taskers. Balancing parenthood, work and education is a common challenge. There is seldom enough money to meet education costs. Single mothers often believe a college education is beyond their reach for financial reasons. The common need for financial help for single mothers is available. Here are some scholarships for single mothers.

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