Single Mom CPA™

Before my son was born, I worked as a CPA for one of the biggest accounting firms in the world. Now my life is centered on loving and supporting my son while also helping other single moms and female entrepreneurs de-stress all things financial to gain financial peace of mind. My goal: to make your life easier, and free up your time so that you can focus on doing the things you love. If this sounds good to you, I hope these blog posts can help get you started. Wherever you are on your financial journey, I’m here for you!

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Crisis Budgeting: How to Survive Financial Catastrophe And Thrive on the Other Side

When you’re a single parent, it doesn’t take much to knock you into a financial crisis. Sudden job loss… flooded basement… a sick or injured child… dozens of things can make you dip into and use up your emergency savings. And those financial setbacks can leave you struggling to make ends meet. Lots of times,...

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Ladies, We Need to Save More for Retirement

Overcome Anti-Woman Retirement Obstacles to Fully Fund Your Future Note: This post contains affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, I may receive a commission. It’s harder for women to save money for retirement – that’s just a fact. And that can leave many of us in a dicey situation when we’re...

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How to Set SMART Money Goals and Get Everything You Want

Note: This post contains affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, I may receive a commission. You want to save money, but how? When you’re a single mom on a tight budget, saving for anything can feel impossible. The key to successful saving plans is setting SMART goals: Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic...

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What to Do If the IRS Took Your Refund for Student Loans

Are you behind on your student loans? Many single moms face this same struggle. When budgets are super tight, student loan payments drop out of the “necessity” column. Because, honestly, those payments aren’t nearly as important as food, clothing, shelter, and medical care. And if you have federal loans, your lenders are hooked into the...

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Business Tax Prep Checklist for Freelancers, Contractors, and 1099 Workers

Gather all of your business tax information here, and the hardest part of doing your taxes is done. Whether you DIY your taxes or go to a tax pro, this is what you’ll need to have on hand. Copy of last year’s tax return Your business tax ID number (if different than your Social Security...

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2019 Tax FAQ's

Got tax questions? I have the answers. All of those confusing changes in the TCJA (Tax Cut and Jobs Act) have led to some unexpected outcomes – like teeny, tiny refunds or surprise tax bills. Plus, the forms that were supposed to be “postcard-simple” are confusing even for the experts. I’ve been getting a lot...

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