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Parenting is no easy task, especially if you’re a single mom doing it alone. Single mothers have to do it all, but sometimes we need a little help. Your children are the most important thing in your life as a single mother, and nurturing and providing for them can be a challenge when you don’t have a partner to share the parenting.


Information for Moms

It has been said that being a single mom is one of the toughest occupations there is. There is no immediate support or relief in the home and Mom has to oversee everything.(Full Story)
An HSA, or Health Savings Account, is a special type of savings account that allows you to set money aside to be used in the future for your medical expenses, and receive a tax benefit when you do.(Full Story)
We live in the digital age. We communicate online, purchase online, bank online, file our taxes online, and keep our financial records on our computers.(Full Story)
Unless you have vision coverage with your insurance, you may be able to save some money by buying glasses online.(Full Story)
There are times in life when you need to come up with some cash that you don’t have readily available. That is often when people turn to second mortgages.(Full Story)
If you have to pay a percentage of your medical bills, or worse, are responsible for the entire amount, any error in the billing may end up costing you a lot of money.(Full Story)
For the single mom, or anyone else with a lot of distraction, getting the stuff together for the income tax return can be a little overwhelming.(Full Story)
Finances are very important to secure and we have to make sure that we are all set going into the new year of finances. The New Year can also be a good time to start again and rebuild your finances for a better year to come.(Full Story)
If you are looking for cheap health insurance, it can be a daunting task to compare rates and policies.(Full Story)
With the average price of a vehicle exceeding $28,000 on today’s market, most people have to turn to motor vehicle financing in order to purchase a car.(Full Story)
Childcare can easily cost as low as $180 a week and up to $280 a week and can be a catch 22. You have to work to pay the bills, but you can't work if you don't have childcare.(Full Story)
A single mother trying to get her finances in order often struggles over the decision on what to do about credit cards. The convenient pieces of plastic come in handy in financial emergencies, but the interest rates and associated fees are an added burden to a struggling budget.(Full Story)
The nation is in a debt crisis currently, but there are many ways that single moms can stay smart and not have to compromise on anything.(Full Story)
It is very important to start early when saving for your future. The earlier you start, the more retirement savings are saved up for the future.(Full Story)
College graduates have a higher success rate in life and usually earn more over the long run. After finishing college, most have a higher chance of getting a job.(Full Story)
Skills and job requirements aren’t the only thing important to keep a job in today’s economy. These days, to keep a job, even “soft skills” are important.(Full Story)
Because careers aren’t exactly designed for parenting ease, it can be difficult to find a job for which you have childcare all lined up, that will pay the bills and still allow you time with your children.(Full Story)
It can be difficult to make a comfortable living without a degree, but it's not impossible.(Full Story)
Setting up your budget is the first step towards financial freedom and limiting your stress about money. It is not as easy as it might seem, however. Here are some steps you can take to establish a budget.(Full Story)
Maintaining your car doesn’t involve doing everything a mechanic does. Instead, maintenance means taking care of the things that keep your vehicle running smoothly.(Full Story)
A budget isn’t written in stone. There is no one-size-fits-all budget, either. If you find you can’t make the budget work because it’s so inflexible, change it.(Full Story)
Recent high school graduates aren't the only people who can apply for and benefit from the Pell Grant.(Full Story)