Category: Investing as a parent

Precious Metals For Financial Independence

If you’re looking for ways to diversify your investment portfolio and potentially increase your returns, precious metals may be a good option. They’re also a safe way to hedge against inflation. Precious metals have a long history of performing well during periods of market uncertainty. This is a stark contrast to global equities, which have […]

Are Gold Investments a Good Long Term Strategy For My Autistic Child?

If your child is autistic, you may be wondering if gold investments are a good long term strategy for them. Luckily, you aren’t alone. Whether you’re a parent, a friend, or an advocate, you have probably wondered if it’s right for your child. Physical gold If you are looking for a long term investment, physical […]

Investing in a Retirement Account For Your Autistic Daughter

Investing in a retirement account for your autistic daughter is a wise choice, but you have to be aware of the risks and make sure you choose the right type of account. You will also need to keep in mind that a parent can disqualify their child from SSI and Medicaid, so you need to […]

Helping Autistic Adults Gain Financial Freedom

If you are a caregiver or you work with autistic adults, you know that gaining financial freedom can be a real challenge. However, there are many resources that can help. Read on to learn about some of them. Early intervention An Early Intervention Program is one of the best ways to help your autistic child […]

Setting up your autistic child for financial success

Raising a child with autism can present unique challenges, and one of those challenges is helping them to become financially successful. However, with the right approach and resources, parents can set their autistic child up for financial success. Financial Options First and foremost, it’s important for parents to educate themselves about the financial options and […]