05 MayHow Single Parents Can Juggle Retirement Savings, Too

Being a single parent is hard work. It’s also expensive, with the U.S. Department of Agriculture recently reporting that the estimated cost of raising a child from birth through age 17 is $233,610. That comes out to nearly $14,000 a year. If you’re a single parent with one income, paying for your children’s clothing, food, […]

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05 MayThe Only Money Advice You’ll Actually Listen To

Financial advice is not a one-size-fits all thing. Certain money tips — even those you read on this site — just won’t apply to you. Don’t get disheartened if this is the case. The trick is finding advice that you can directly implement in your own unique life circumstances. That’s the advice you’ll listen to, […]

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