Our recent survey of 1100 single mothers in Australia found just over half are earning less than $40,000 a year, including 19% with income below than $20,000. Almost half of the 25% of respondents reported working full time said they had difficulties meeting  general living costs.   Here we share more on the financial realities facing single mothers, in line with Anti-Poverty Week.  Earlier this week, ACOSS released their Poverty in Australia 2018 Report, with data indicating once again that sole parent…