More From Daniel Kurt
What's the Most You Should Spend Without Checking in with Your Spouse First? In this edition of "Bank of Dad," our columnist goes deep on a pair of questions about shared bank accounts and financial intimacy.Bank of Dad
The Stock Market Is Taking a Dive. Should I Invest More Conservatively? In this edition of "Bank of Dad", our expert answers questions about investing in volatile times and the signs of good financial health.Bank of Dad
The Best Way to Give Your Daughter a Financial Headstart In this edition of "Bank of Dad," we answer questions about monetary skills kids should have before college and how to give daughters a financial head-start.
How Much Debt Is Too Much to Take on When Buying a Home? In this edition of "Bank of Dad," we answer questions about first-time home buying and the right amount of money to spend on birthday presents.Bank of Dad
The Biggest Mistakes to Avoid During Open Enrollment In this edition of "Bank of Dad," we answer questions about open enrollment mistakes and how much to put down on your first home.Bank of Dad
How to Pay Down Massive Student Loans Without Losing Your Mind — Or Shirt Student loan debt can be crippling. But there are often ignored repayment options out there that can help.Bank of Dad
Low or High Deductible: Which Health Plan Is Right For Me? In this edition of our weekly finance column "Bank of Dad," we answer questions about health care plans and how to know when you're on the right financial path.Bank of Dad
What's the Ideal Number of Credit Cards to Have? In this week's edition of "Bank of Dad," we tackle how many credit cards, if any, is the ideal number, and whether or not making two mortgage payments per month is ever a good idea.Bank of Dad
The Importance of Knowing Your Debt-to-Income Ratio In this edition of "Bank of Dad", we answer questions about debt-to-income ratios and the best way to allocate funds in your 401(k).Bank of Dad
What's the Best Way to Increase a Low Credit Score Quickly? In this installment of our weekly finance column, we tackle how to boost low credit scores and the ins and outs of refinancing your mortgage.Bank of Dad
The Golden Ratio of Your Checking and Savings Account In this installment of our new weekly finance column, we tackle questions about checking and savings accounts and the prioritization of debt payments.Bank of Dad
Many Parents Fail to Buy This Essential Insurance Long-term ailments are a bigger possibility than you might think
9 Tricks For Saving Serious $$$ at the Grocery Store The average family of four spends a staggering $883 a month on grocery bills. Here's how you can cut that down.
How to Buy a Home Without Paying So Much Up Front Low down payment programs eliminate the need for a huge savings account.
The Stubborn Stigma of Paternity Leave Lack of reimbursement pay, workplace pressures prevent most dads from taking extended leave.
50 Best Places to Work for New Dads