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Ten Financial Tips for Women Seriously Considering Divorce

1. Get informed. In order to have an idea of where you stand financially after divorce you need to figure out your financial status as a married couple. Gather all of the documents pertaining to your assets and liabilities. Each current account statement, whether it’s reporting the mortgage balance, credit card balance, Individual Retirement Account value, student loan, etc.

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How to Start a Nanny Service

Whether they use a part time, full time, live in or live out nanny, parents and their children often rely on the nanny to be a constant, loving force in the family’s existence. Owning a nanny service can produce financial stability while at the same time allowing you to provide a valuable service to those who depend on you.

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Moms Who Kill Their Kids

Its the motherlode of motherhoods darkest topics, guaranteed to make you recoil even if you have personal familiarity with miscarriage, infertility, birth defects, stillborn infants or child abuse: moms who kill their own kids. The predictable reaction when a mom murders children: headlines sure to inspire shock and horror.

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Put Your Money To Work!

Seems like every time I turn around one survey after another is asking me about my income. Even my church seems to care how much money I make! I find it amusing that not once in the past 43 years have I ever been asked how much money I save. And at the end of the day isnt that a more relevant number? Its time to stop thinking only about the amount of …