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Can You Afford to Be a Stay-at-Home Mom?

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Jean Chatzky helps moms figure it out.


Money guru Jean Chatzky has developed this worksheet to help women determine if they can afford to be stay-at-home moms (or if their husbands could afford to be stay-at-home dads).

Download the worksheet and crunch the numbers for yourself.

"At the end, if you're in the red, you know you need to do some adjusting if you want to make staying at home work," she says.

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