Money Mistakes That New Moms Must Steer Clear of to Stay Away from Debts

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Babies could prove to be expensive. As per the calculations made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, you could end up spending over $12,000 during the very first year of your child’s life. But do you think you should spend so much money especially when you are alone and have a new responsibility for securing…

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Simple Stages For Single Mothers To Repay Debt And Get Rid Of Emotional Burden From The Core

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Being a single mom is a tedious job on its own and with a whole new burden of debt on your shoulder the task gets even harder.  In case, you are living on a consumer debt, then remember you are not the only one.  As per the USA Federal Reserve date, the USA households have…

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Smart Money Tips for New Moms That You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Being a parent is expensive. Like, really expensive. In most families, you are going to be forced to live off a single salary – or at least a salary and a half, rather than the usual two. On top of this, you’ll have all the costs associated with a looking after baby. That means food,…

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Setting financial goals and moving from stress to confidence

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Setting financial goals Although life in 2016 was stressful, we were able to capture the magic of Christmas that makes it my very favorite time of the year. We slowed down in December, spending our afternoons baking, committing random acts of kindness, and enjoying our favorite traditions.  This article discusses the importance of setting financial…

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