Category finances a single mom
All the wise people I know have financial sense. They understand how to manage money. They understand how to add and subtract. You cannot subtract more than you add to your bank account. Spending more money than you have is not acceptable. Money is simple. It is a commodity of exchange we receive for our time, our skill. So why do so many have so little financial sense?
F – Finan-Sense Editorial as it appeared in the Beaumont Enterprise December 22, 2019
Financial Planning to Keep Your Child Protected Guest Post by Sara Bailey When you’re a single parent, planning and preparation can make all the difference when it comes to caring for your little one. The same applies to your finances: careful planning can keep your family more secure, now and in the future. How can […]
Divorce is often costly, and can be devastating for all parties involved – partners, children, parents, and grandparents.
Of all the troubles the single moms I coach have, money tops the list. I’ve read that 90% of single moms in the U.S. are on welfare. Single mothers are more likely than any other group to fall into poverty. Well over 33% already have. Depressing, huh?
Do You Need College Funds? A Grant for Women in College Are you a Candidate for a Program for Continuing Education (PCE) Grant? I write a P.E.O. grant for single moms in southeast Texas that may benefit you if: You are a American or Canadian citizen You were out of school for at least 24 […]
Single Moms Never Have Enough Money Here’s a Bite of Soul Food Click above for link to brief audio message Gail raised three children as a single mother before she remarried. She has experienced the potholes, pests, and perils of being the single head-of-household. As an educator in regular and special education for twenty years […]
Topics for Single Mothers This blog is loaded with over 800 articles for single mothers. You may also like to read my monthly articles on Single Matters online magazine. I encourage you to visit our Resource Page and contact us if we can serve you. Gail raised three children as a single mother before she […]