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This article is part of our free Freelancing to Financial Freedom series which teaches moms to make a part time income on the side through FREELANCING.   “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” (Chinese proverb)  “Little drops of water make the mighty ocean.” (English nursery rhyme)  “With ordinary talent and extraordinary perseverance, all things are attainable.” (Thomas Buxton) What do all these quotes have in common? They show the importance of small things that can be added...

This article is part of our free Freelancing to Financial Freedom series which teaches moms to make a part time income on the side through FREELANCING.   Single-parent families often struggle with finances, and many single mothers rely on part-time or seasonal work to supplement their monthly take-home earnings. If you’re a single mother looking for extra income, you could be earning up to $1000 per month as a freelance article writer. If you don’t think that you have time to write articles, or that you don’t have...

‘Loans for Single Mothers.’ This is a phrase I’ve seen tossed around the web, in searches, and as various website pages as the titles. The promise of course in this title is that there are special loans just for single moms In fact…there are not. To get a loan you have to go through the same process as every other person. Yes, there are some loans offered by credit unions or backed by the government that are easier to get for lower income households with bad or no credit history, but for the most part, there are no...

We’ve all had that experience: running out of money when we need it. Or maybe you aren’t out of money, but you need money for other purposes, say buying a mortgage as a single mom or attending college as a single parent. All of these things are costly – if you don’t have the money, you don’t have the money. This is where a loan can come in handy – you can borrow money from a lender and ideally use that money for a specific purpose. Go to school, build a business, buy a home or car, make repairs on your home, or in some...

We’ve come up with good alternatives to payday loans for people who need emergency funds and opt to go the loan route. Some of these still may have high interest rates (anywhere from less than twenty percent to a high 100 percent), they are absolutely better than payday loans which can have interest rates in the hundreds of percent.   What are Payday Loans? Payday Loans are some of the most popular loans because it’s easy to get them and you don’t usually have credit check requirements. The problem is that people land themselves...

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