As summer vacations, sleepovers and outdoor grilling come to a close, it's time to start thinking about going back to school. You may be working to pay off summer vacation bills when you realize you need to budget and pay for your child's school supplies, clothing and other related school expenses.
In a recent survey conducted by Coinstar, about half of U.S. parents with kids between ages five and 18 believe school expenses are increasing. Of those surveyed, 57 percent will create a back-to-school budget.
To help with rising school costs, here are five budgeting tips that will help you get more for your back-to-school dollar:
Going back to school should be an exciting time for you and your kids. With these five budgeting tips, you can help cut the financial stress out of the process and kick the school year off to a great start.
The ABCs Of Back-To-School Budgeting