As this article ends, my generation, the Millennials are likely to have fewer children. We’re more likely to rent than buy a home. Although, we often have large amounts of student loan debt.
So, when you consider these variables, it’s not only a millennial best interest but it’s in many people’s best interests to not have kids because having kids could constrict your disposable income.
You won’t have as much money as you will like versus how much you will have when you don’t have kids. There was a study that said something about raising a kid costs a little over a million dollars.
Just imagine if you could keep that million dollars rather than having to spend it due to an unfortunate choice like an unplanned pregnancy.
My sole intention is to show that not having kids can help the economy but it can help specifically your personal financial situation.
As you know, we all pay taxes and unfortunately some of your tax money is going to support people who made bad mistakes.
You’re paying taxes for someone was irresponsible to have five or six kids and they can’t take care of them. Your money is supporting those types of people.
Whether you like it or not, whether you’re okay with it or not, that’s your dilemma. However, you don’t have to be someone that adds onto the problem.
Finally, by making that personal decision to not have kids, you increase the likelihood of maximizing the quality of your life, which becomes difficult if you have kids. And the more kids that you have, the more difficult it becomes.
So, please keep that in mind. I’m not dissuading parenthood. Although, I want you to consider the argument of the Newsweek article that I mentioned here. My sole attention is for you to reach the finish line.
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