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Orlando, U.S.A. – InCharge Debt Solutions (“InCharge”), a nonprofit credit counseling agency, has developed seven important tips for parents to follow so that preparing their kids for school can be a manageable and less stressful process For many Americans struggling with debt problems, the end of summer is an anxious time because school supplies, sports gear, updated clothing and other necessities can be expensive, but there are things every parent can do.
“It is important to take an objective look at what your children need for school and what you can afford,” says Etta Money, InCharge’s President. “We all want to do everything we can for our kids, but for those dealing with limited financial resources or debt problems, the task can be overwhelming. That’s why we developed these steps for parents so they can prepare their young ones for school while still being able to afford their regular household expenses.”
Here are seven things every parent of school-age kids should do: