250 Personal Finance Questions for Single Mothers: Make and Keep a Budget, Get Out of Debt, Establish Savings, Plan for College, Secure Insurance

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F+W Media, May 18, 2009 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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Being a single mother is difficult--especially in the cash-strapped financial environment that we live in today. With the cost of gas, food, and college all going up, how can one woman do it all? Single mothers need a practical, issue-specific, easy-to-read guide to personal finance issues. Answering questions about the costs of rent, day care, health care, college, and more, this book will serve as a valuable tool for struggling single mothers everywhere. Whether they receive child support or not, most single mothers live on tighter-than-tight budgets--and they need a go-to guide to get them through tough times and plan for the future. Offering the advice single moms need to find a sense of security, this book is an affordable alternative to a financial advisor.

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User Review  - deldevries - LibraryThing

Interesting approach to the book. Questions organized into chapters make this a book that is easy to pick up and browse. Accessible for a novice. Easy to read and understand. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Susan Reynolds (Pembroke, MA) is a journalist, author, businesswoman, and single mother who handles her own financial affairs, including managing her retirement fund. She wrote Change Your Shoes, Change Your Life and The One-Income Household.

Robert A. Bexton, CFA, (San Francisco, CA) has been an investment analyst since 1999. Currently, he manages $70 million of clients’ assets for Moirai Capital Management. He holds the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst designation and earned a BA in economics from UC Berkeley.

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