Tamar Satov, Today’s Parent
We talked to three Canadian families about their biggest financial worries — and what to do about them.
When Pattie Reynolds and Eri c Stotts decided to start a family in 2007, they figured they had a solid financial footing. They had purchased their house — the same one Reynolds grew up in — two years earlier, and were both well-established in their careers. “We got started on our family later in life — I had my babies at 37 and 38 — so we thought we were in a good position,” says Reynolds.