On Equal Pay Day, consider Equal Custody

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A recent survey shows custody arrangements have a bearing on what single mothers earn. Those with a 50/50 parenting schedule are 54% more likely to earn at least $100,000 a year than those whose kids are with them most of the time, according to the Single Mom Income and Time-Sharing Survey. It polled 2,270 single mothers in the U.S. during the summer of 2020.

Read mote: Equal Pay Day: Single moms are hit the hardest by the gender pay gap — and custody arrangements can matter

On Equal Pay Day, consider Equal Custody

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