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Budget Auditing- Monthly Checkup on Your Financial Health (Includes a Worksheet + Tips for the Latest Budget Hacks)

Budget Auditing: Monthly Checkup on Your Financial Health (Includes a Worksheet + Tips for the Latest Budget Hacks)

In Finance

When I say the word “budget,” some of you may cringe and want to close this browser and go about your day. However, I encourage you to keep reading because budgets aren’t bad, restrictive, or oppressive. Budgets, which I like to call your financial blueprint, are designed to help you have a framework of what you can do. Just like an architect would never build a structure without a blueprint, you should not manage your finances without a plan. This plan will help you: Design a life you can love without debt by reducing or eliminating overspending Pay bills in…






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he Most Rewarding Vacation Spots for a Single Mom and Her Kids + What it Takes to Get There Financially

The Most Rewarding Vacation Spots for a Single Mom and Her Kids + What it Takes to Get There Financially

In Finance, Phenomenal Living

Did you know that even as a single mom you can take amazing vacations? Single motherhood is not a poverty wish nor is it a wish to live a life void of phenomenal experiences. This is why I’m so excited to share how you, a single mom, can still travel, have amazing experiences, and create great memories with your children. This post shares tips on where to take your children and how you can save up the money to travel debt-free. P.S. Check out the special vacation planner at the bottom of this post (totally free and no opt-in required).  …






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Anything Can Happen: How to Make Sure That You’re Ready for Tragedy Financially

In Finance

The one thing about life is you never know what can happen. Matthew 6:34 (NLT) says, “So don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today.” But what you can do is to be prepared. When I was in corporate America, I had a great job, made 6-figures per year, and I thought the financial good times would last forever, but they didn’t. Next thing you know I’m dealing with workplace bullying, it’s impacting my health, and then I made the decision to leave my well-paying job before I planned to because…






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How to Grow Your Money Through Investing

How Single Moms Can Grow Their Money Through Investing

In Finance

If you have a tax refund check and you have funded your emergency savings account or have already paid off your debt, then you may be interested in investing or at least identifying ways to grow your refund. If this is the case then there are a few things you can do to grow your refund. Please keep in mind that when you start to invest, there is a chance that you could lose money. However, this is why you need to understand your risk tolerance prior to investing money. You also need to consider if and when you need…






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Why Tax Time Is A Great Time For Single Moms To Catch Up On Their Financial Goals

In Finance

Did you know that about 8 out of 10 tax filers will receive a refund with the average refund being $2,800 (CNN Money)? If you are a person who expects to receive or has received a refund this year, then now is a great time to use your tax refund to catch up on your financial goals and priorities. If you take the time now, you will reduce your stress and have more money to do things later in the year. For example, there was a story that went viral about a single mom making minimum wage who used her…






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