Making Dollars & Sense Work

Making Dollars & Sense Work : A Financial Primer for Single Moms & Dads Plus College Kids Too!

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There are a number of things that we collectively need to know about our money management that we do not know. No one told us. Heck, most people are not told. We find out by trial and error, or we decide to teach ourselves because we're sick and tired of being sick and tired. Maybe that's why you've picked up, or clicked on this book...because you want to find a key to help you unlock the next better section of your life. A life that you can share abundance with your children, with your other loved ones...with yourself. Making Dollars & Sense will help you pick up tips on: how to shop for designer & top-notch products and clothing while remaining within your spending plan how to read and understand your credit reports and the factors you can change and the ones that take a bit more doing how to get out from under PayDay loan hell - legally! how to help improve your credit score without expensive financial counselors or, if you want financial counseling how to find one that is affordable for your budget how to create a one-page master financial document that will keep you smiling all the way to the bank! (MS Excel template download included with your book purchase) how to locate free and/or low-cost enrichment, or after-school programs for your child(ren) reminders on how to effectively reward your child(ren) and yourself! plus more!"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 4mm | 104g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508726922
  • 9781508726920

About Rochelle Campbell

Rochelle Campbell is a mother, a writer, an entrepreneur and a realist. With three kids spanning the ages of 19 years old to two years old; she has learned to figure things out on the fly. Creating solutions is one of the many hats she chooses to wear. Even when all plans don't work out the way she envisioned, Rochelle picks herself up and begins working out other ways to get things done. Her single mother motto is - There's gotta be a way and I'm going to find more