The end of summer comes with a plateful of responsibilities as you prepare for your kid’s back to school. All the commitments involved can easily make you feel overwhelmed. Lucky for you, the following tips from Freedom Financial will make the transition less stressful.

Shop Early in Advance

Kevin Gallegos, Freedom Financial Network Phoenix operations vice president, strongly advises that you get your kid’s supply list early in advance. Since most lists remain the same year in year out, you can shop for the supplies while they are on sale before school the year starts.

Plan Budget

According to Gallegos, it is important to have a planned budget and very crucial to stick to it. List down all the items you need as well as what your kid wants. Build your budget around that. To save money, avoid shopping early but instead, wait until the clearance sales start. If there are some items that your child doesn’t require immediately, you can postpone buying them until later. Make sure you have a list of all the things you haven’t bought to avoid double shopping.

While shopping for your kid’s back-to-school, it is important to remember classroom materials that help your child to stay organized. BubbleBum founder, Grainne Kelly recommends school cloth shopping to be done on October when retailers are willing to offer high discounts.

About freedom Financial

Freedom Financial was started with the aim of providing financial solutions to consumers. The co-founders, Andrew Housser and Bradford Stroh, wanted to help people deal with debt and accumulate wealth through financial consulting. From 2002, they have managed to help many clients achieve financial independence.

On overall, be organized about your child’s school.

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