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  • Life Cycle of Financial Planning from FEFE
  • Family forms

    1. 1. Family Forms Jour nal “The happiest moments of my life havebeen the few which I have passed at home in the bosom of my family.” Thomas JeffersonWhat have been the happiest memories with your family?
    2. 2. Standards and Objectives• ARFL 8.00 Students will describe effective financial management strategies in support of effective ways to develop meaningful relations in home and family life.• Identify the family life cycles strengths and weaknesses of various family forms.• Discuss the financial considerations relevant to each stage of the life cycle.• ARR 6.00 Students will identify ways to develop meaningful relationships in the family unit.• List the positive characteristics that affect family relationships.• Identify the family life cycles strengths and weaknesses of various family forms.
    3. 3. Millions of Kids Family Type Number of Children• Children living in blended families, • 8 million including either a step-parent or step- sibling.• Children living with both natural • 3.6 million parents and full brothers or sisters.• Children living in extended families • 7 million including other people such as uncles, cousins, aunts or grandparents. • 17 million• Children living in one-parent (MOM only) families. • 42 million• Children living in one-parent (DAD only) families. 2006 statistics
    4. 4. Flexibility, adaptability andtolerance for change are helpful skills for making family life terrific!
    5. 5. Relationship• What? • An interaction between two or more people.• Who? • Parents, siblings, peers, spouse, grandparents• They are constantly changing.• An individual is going through various stages of his life cycle while the family is going through its cycle.
    6. 6. Childbearing Family 0-2 1/2 years old Leaving Family with Home Preschoolers 2 ½ - 6 yrs y e g nc pt t er in en g e ag nt ch e Em est in d m rri t en C e un en Family with School e a N ep tir La r m Pa d Children 6 -13 yrs old ReIn Parenting adolescents 14-20 yr old Family Life Cycle
    7. 7. Family Life Cycle• Stage 1: Beginning Family • The married couple establish their home but do not yet have children.• Stage 2: Childbearing Family • From the birth of the first child until that child is 2 ½ years old.• Stage 3: Family with Preschoolers • When the oldest child is between the ages of 2 ½ and 6.• Stage 4: Family with School Children • When the oldest child is between the ages of 6
    8. 8. Family Life Cycle Continued...• Stage 5: Family with Teenagers • When the oldest child is between the ages of 13 and 20.• Stage 6: Launching Center • From the time the oldest child leaves the family for independent adult life till the time the last child leaves.• Stage 7: Empty Nest • From the time the children are gone till the marital couple retires from employment.• Stage 8: Aging Family
    9. 9. Activity• Financial Consideration relevant to each stage of the life cycle
    10. 10. Write down your definitionof the stereotypical family. • Working dad • Stay-at-home mom • 2 or 3 childrenOnly 10% of all households are in this family form.
    11. 11. American Family Forms• Living Alone • 1 of 24 adults remain single throughout their life. • 66% of single people are women.• POSSLQs • Persons of the opposite sex sharing living quarters. • Couples who live together before marriage, divorce just as often as those who marry first.• Marrying Later in Life • Average age to marry: men - 25.9, women - 23.6
    12. 12. American Family Forms• Couples Having Children Later in Life • More couples are waiting to become parents until their careers are established. • Estimated cost to raise child is $200,000• Couples With Fewer Children • The average number of children has dropped from 3.6 in 1957 to 1.8.• Couples With No Children • Due to career commitments, fertility problems or just because they enjoy their childless lifestyles, many couples are remaining “Double Income, No Kids” couples.
    13. 13. American Family Forms• Divorced Adults • Approximately 60% of all divorces involve couples with children in the home.• Single-Parent Families • About 1 in 4 children live with only one parent. • The number of single-parent homes has more than doubled in the past 20 years • Divorced women’s standard of living drops 73%, while divorced men jumps 42%. • About 50% of the children in divorced families report having not seen their father in the last year and only 1 of 6 see him once a week.
    14. 14. American Family Forms• Grown Children Moving In With Their Parents • Families with two children and young parents living at home with their parents has doubled in 25 years.• Grandparents Living With Families • With greater longevity, there are more elderly people.• Blended Families • Divorced parents, especially fathers are likely to remarry. • 13% of today’s children are stepchildren
    15. 15. American Family Forms• Working Mothers • The fastest growing segment of the work force is women with children under the age of three. • More than half of American mothers with infants less than a year old are working outside the home. • Day care for these children can cost up to ¼ the family budget. • Working mothers have 15 fewer hours of leisure a week than fathers.
    16. 16. Scenarios• Your marriage is headed for divorce. • How would you settle property, child custody, divorce costs?• You are a single mother. • How will you cope emotionally and financially?• Elderly parents need to move in with you. • What conflicts and adjustments will arise?• You just remarried. • How will family discipline be handled? How will household chores be divided? What name do you expect the children to call you? Where should you live? How should you divide
    17. 17. Family Forms Quiz
    18. 18. How Strong IS Your FamIlY? tradItIonSHave this completed for next class period.