As a single mom, I understand the challenges of being able to contribute to my twin’s college savings account while also paying for my children’s clothes, food, activities, etc.


With the need to take care of the household finances, working towards your financial goals, and staying on track with your money it may even feel impossible to put aside money for your children’s college education. However, there is hope.


In this podcast episode, I share 7 practical and assessable tips to help single moms start to save for their children’s college education.  These tips will help you to start saving even if there is no additional room in the budget.


Matter of fact, in tips 2 and 6 I talk about ways that you can contribute to your children’s college savings account without using your own money.


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About Aisha

Aisha Taylor of FNPhenomenalAisha Taylor is a single mom of twins, personal financial coach, work from home entrepreneur, and #1 Amazon Best Selling Author of the book “5+5 FNPhenomenal Ways to Save $100 This Week Without Killing Your Lifestyle.” Aisha has been featured in ESSENCE, Jet Magazine, and Black Enterprise. She is also the Founder of FNPhenomenal (Frugal –n- Phenomenal), a movement designed to help single moms create a vision for their lives, craft a financial strategy to support that vision, and show them that phenomenal living is possible. It’s time for you to be Financially Phenomenal!



In this episode of the Phenomenal Moms with Aisha Taylor Podcast Aisha shares 7 Ways To Save For College as a Single Mom