PEPS contributor, Annie Garrett, interviews seven Seattle-area families to hear their take on what it has been like to work from home while parenting during the pandemic.
A Gift That Can Keep on Giving
Calling all grandparents, aunts, uncles, and extended family members! Wondering what to gift the young child in your life for their next birthday or celebration? Read on to learn about one type of gift that could provide joy, financial relief, and a pathway to education.
“What If…” and Other Common Questions About a WA529 Education Savings Plan
• You’ve opened up a 529 for your child and maybe you’re asking yourself a lot of ‘what if’ questions….What if we move? What if my child goes to a school outside of Washington state? What if my dad in NY wants to open an account too? You’ve got lots of questions and WA529 has some answers for you!
Family Dinners. Delicious and Delivered.
Pick Me Up, a meal delivery service in Seattle, provides busy families with a fresh, sustainable, and convenient way to get dinner on the table.
The 3 Most Frequently-Asked-Questions About Education Savings Plans in Washington
529 plans can be confusing. Read on to find the answers to the three most frequently-asked-questions of 529 plans in Washington state.
The Vaccine and Domestic Employers
Hand in Hand shares suggestions on how families can best address and support the domestic workers they employ in response to the COVID-19 vaccine.
A Beginner’s Guide to 529 Plans
A guide to 529 education tuition savings plans; what they are, what they’re for, and who can start putting money into one.
Delegate, Delegate, Delegate.
Estate planning lawyer, Megan Gebhardt, shares about the purpose and significance of the Durable Power of Attorney document.
Knock Out the Flu
Vaccines like the flu vaccine can help keep families from getting and spreading illnesses, especially during times like during a pandemic. Infectious disease expert and Seattle Children’s Hospital share what they know about the flu vaccine and how it can help keep families healthier this season.
Your Kids Are Not Too Young
BY SHAWNA GAMACHE (Estimated reading time: 6 minutes) Like a lot of white people raised in the 80s and 90s, I grew up learning racism was bad. Racists were evil and would make themselves known through the blatantly terrible things they said and did. My job as a good white person would be to speak up when this happened. Besides…