In this uncertain economy, it is important now more than ever to have a financial nest egg. Without a financial back-up plan, a large number of families are one incident away from collapse.
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If we have a Plan B, does it, in essence, mean that we know our Plan A is going to fail? And if that's the case, then why bother with Plan A at all and simply go straight to Plan B if it is the catchall?
The number of single moms by choice is expanding faster than a pair of maternity jeans. The number of babies born to single mothers by choice has grown a phenomenal 145 percent since 1980.
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