This short, informational article on accessing personal finance and loans is also a short motivation. It is a short note of encouragement, specifically aimed at single mothers who are struggling at this time. The younger these working class mothers are, the more they seem to be struggling. They are, perhaps, still too young to have experienced the pitfalls and learned the hard lessons from the experiences endured from the 2008 financial crisis, now also known as the Great Recession.
Older mothers have been through that mill. Many of them are still recovering, paying off huge debts which, it has only recently been learned by many of them, they weren’t legally obliged to pay. Because during those hard years of recovery since 2008, many of those mothers have approached government institutions and non-governmental interest groups for advice and assistance on how to safeguard their rights as citizens.
Today, help is at hand for mothers who need financial help now. Today, mothers have, today, become more knowledge and constitutionally empowered. They have become more aware of their rights and are now emboldened to act within their legal rights against unscrupulous lenders who acted recklessly in contravention of laid down state and federal laws. They no longer need to endure sleepless nights, wondering how they are going to respond to a final demand which threatened to take away all that they owned.
Speaking of which, struggling single mothers, young and old, are now in a strong position to own their own homes. They no longer need to plaster themselves with makeup to entice bank clerks to look kindly on them. All they need do is turn to the government to pave the way towards accessing those vehicles specifically created to aid them when they need help the most.