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Thanks to the ease of use or the increased potential for finding a match (be it for romance, partnership, a hookup, marriage, or anything in between), online dating has become a mainstream choice for those of any age, walk of life, and lifestyle. According to The Knot, online dating is the #1 most common way…
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Become a bookkeeper

How to become a bookkeeper and find at-home bookkeeping jobs

If you love numbers and math and actually enjoy tracking data in spreadsheets, a career as a bookkeeper can be a great fit for moms — especially since these high-paying jobs are often available on a part-time basis, as a work-at home side gig. Some bookkeepers earn $60 per hour while working from home, and…
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13 financial steps to a rich life as a single mom

Are all single moms destined for poverty, loneliness and effed-up kids? Quick answer: NO. Keep reading for details on how to build an amazing life, find love and raise happy kids as a single mother, including my own journey to building a business, income, savings, investments and wealth. Here are my steps to living a…
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Online dating apps: The ultimate guide for single moms

If you're new to online dating as a single mom, it can be overwhelming and confusing. Which online dating apps are the best? Which dating sites are full of freaks and pervs? Where can you find nice guys? What about single dads looking for a relationship? A fun date? Love? Hot sex? All of the…
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How to create a single mom budget you will stick to

Tired of reaching the end of the month, wondering where in the world all your money went? Have some big financial goals you're trying to reach — buy or refinance a house, pay off the car, get rid of debt, save for a vacation, help your kids pay for college? What about just creating a…
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How to get through divorce without going bankrupt

Fact: Divorce is one of the leading predictors of both bankruptcy and home foreclosure. Women are especially prone to a long-term financial fallout from divorce. Within a year of the end of their marriages, women are three times more likely to live in poverty than men, according to U.S. Census Bureau data. The London School…
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How to buy your first car as a grown-ass woman

I recently read this post in my Facebook group, Millionaire Single Moms, and it made me feel all the good feels: At 40 years of age this happened today: I purchased my first car on my own — no male input, no ex-husband choosing which car, no parents weighing in on my choice… this beautiful…
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Best gifts for single moms for Mother’s Day

While brunch and a card are always nice, consider getting the single mom in your life something a little more persona. Thoughtful. You could even blow her mind. I recently asked members of my Facebook group, Millionaire Single Moms (have you joined yet?) what they would give to a friend whose divorce was just finalized,…
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What every single parent needs to know about taxes for 2018 filing

Updated Jan. 8, 2019 to reflect the newest tax laws. Gah! Taxes! No one likes them (except maybe accountants and sadists), but you and I know we have to deal with them. As a single mom or dad, there are specific considerations you must take when filing your taxes — things your married parents don’t…
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9 steps for single moms to pay off debt for good

Are you a single mom who wants to pay off debt for GOOD? If you live with consumer debt, you are not alone. According to U.S. Federal Reserve data U.S. households have on average $15,863 in credit card debt and $33,090 in student loans, while the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reports that a full 52% of…
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