Family Finance

Some Tips to Help You Save

By: Jennifer Nobles | Sep 14, 2013 Many Canadians find it hard to save their money. Here are a few tips that will help you get used to saving on a regular basis.

Getting Through a Divorce with Professional Advice

By: Carly Kidman | May 3, 2013 Ending a marriage can be a stressful and upsetting endeavour. Fortunately, there is a lot of professional help from solicitors and even accountants who can help people cope with the finer details of a divorce.

Situations When A Financial Advisor Will Help With Retirement Savings

By: Zoey Murray | Apr 8, 2013 Nearly 6 million people contribute to a retirement savings plan each year. This is only 24 percent of the eligible population of the country. The average contribution towards retirement savings is less than 4 percent of the disposable income of a household. This is placing many people in a position where it will be necessary to work beyond the traditional retirement age in order pay bills. One sol

Turn your budgeting experience into a delight

By: Kevin Craig | Mar 25, 2013 Budgeting is not as dreadful as it seems. It depends on how you look at it. You can enjoy budgeting, if you leave room for mistakes and your own yearnings. Savings is definitely vital for a secured financial health. However, that doesn’t mean you’re going to deprive yourself.

Living Assistance and Educational Grants for Single Mothers

By: Kimberly greene | Aug 11, 2012 Being a parent is not easy but things become more demanding when one has to take the challenge all alone. As a single mother, there are plenty of difficulties that come in your way to raise a healthy life but you can successfully tread through them. Besides shouldering the responsibility as a parent, you will be responsible to support the family with sufficient income. This can be quite frustratin

Government Help for Single Moms: An Insight to Options Available

By: Vincenzo Andrews | Jul 16, 2012 Raising the children in today’s world is not easy. It comes with multitude of challenges. However, when it comes to bringing up a child without the help of other partner, it can be very challenging. Single parents, especially single mothers face multitude of challenges trying to strike a balance between limited expenses and unlimited expenditures.

Who To Turn To When Seeking Child Support Payments

By: Patrick Thompson | Jun 21, 2012 The enforcement of child support agreements and court orders is essential to ensuring that children of separated or divorced parents receive the financial support they are entitled to and need. Lack of compliance with a child support order has a negative impact, both personally and financially; on the child, the parent, and even taxpayers. If a parent needs to seek government assistance to help fi

What Are Child Support Enforcement Agencies?

By: Patrick Thompson | Jun 5, 2012 Today, there are millions of divorced parents across the country. When it comes to divorce and the financial support of children, normally one parent is ordered by the court to pay child support to the other parent with the money being solely used for the care and well being of the child. If a court issues a child support order, it will automatically be filed for enforcement with the State child s

Grants for health care: Real help to the average American families

By: John Walburger | Apr 12, 2012 A lot needs to be done in healthcare sector and the government recognizes this fact. The US federal government wants that its taxpayers remain in good health because only healthy workers can contribute to the federal income.

Education Finance and Economics

By: Alice Ken | Mar 27, 2012 Education is a very essential aspect and should be provided to all students in a country equally. In this respect governments should take initiatives of financing education in order to allow students from poor background to be able to access education. For instance, in the United States of America education is primarily under the responsibility of state and local government. This topic is of great
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