Tag Archives: Budgeting

May 16, 2016

Single Parents Often Walk a Financial Tightrope

Being a single parent demands so much of a person’s time and energy that taking care of longer-term financial concerns often take a back seat. So many single parents face financial restrictions that make it seem they are constantly on Continue reading…

November 10, 2014

Budget Your Way to a New Life – Part Three: Daily Tips

Once you have created a budget and projected your expenses into the next 12 months, there are additional steps you can take on a daily and monthly basis to improve your cash flow. Remember your goal is positive cash flow Continue reading…

October 9, 2014

Budget Your Way to a New Life – Part Two: Future Focus

Categories: DivorceMoney and Finances

If you have created an estimated monthly budget for your new household after a divorce, know that it will likely change down the road. You may discover after a few months that your spending estimates were unrealistic in some areas Continue reading…

August 20, 2014

Budget Your Way to a New Life – Part One: Cash Flow

Categories: DivorceMoney and Finances

Cash flow refers to how your money moves in your household, from the time it is received to when it is spent. When your cash flow is “positive,” it means you have more money coming in than going out; you Continue reading…

July 23, 2014

Budget Your Way to a New Life – Part One: Cash Flow

Categories: DivorceMoney and Finances

Cash flow refers to how your money moves in your household, from the time it is received to when it is spent. When your cash flow is “positive,” it means you have more money coming in than going out; you Continue reading…