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Quiz: Are Your Finances Baby-Ready?

Find out if your money matters are on track.
ByKate Rockwood
Published
Dec 2020
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Don’t worry: You don’t need some magical dollar amount in the bank to welcome your new addition (whew!). But being armed with the right financial know-how can make handling this huge life change a little less stressful. So how can you be sure your money matters are in order before baby arrives? Take our quiz to see if your finances are on target and get tips for where you can improve.

Disclaimer: The information included in this article is for informational purposes only, and was gathered from various sources not associated with State Farm. It is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified professional.

There’s a lot to do (and learn!) before baby arrives. State Farm is there to help you understand more about life insurance and how it can help protect your growing family.

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