Adoption is not just a huge emotional investment, but a financial one as well – and if you’re a family just learning about adoption, you’re probably wondering how to start budgeting.
With all of the fees and services involved, private domestic adoption can cost families tens of thousands of dollars, placing financial stress on couples and individuals who are ready to grow their families. Fortunately, prospective parents have options when it comes to financing their adoption. One increasingly common and highly effective tool is crowdfunding.
Each year, the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption publishes the 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces list, recognizing employers who support adoption and provide competitive adoption benefits to their employees. See which companies made this year’s list, and find tools and resources to encourage your employer to offer adoption benefits.
Here are American Adoptions, one question we hear from many adoptive families is: “What if the birth mother changes her mind?”
We do our best to minimize the risk of disruptions by providing support to potential birth mothers and helping them develop strong relationships with …
Now that 2014 has come to a close, many families will begin to prepare their finances for tax season. As you do, don’t forget to look into the Federal Adoption Tax Credit.
For 2014, the maximum adoption tax credit is $13,190 for all qualifying adoption expenses. …