Debt – Getting Out of Debt
Debt

Debt stinks. Don’t you hate it? Do you worry about getting out of debt constantly? Feel like you can’t escape it? What about your spouse? Ever argue about it? You are not alone. Most couples are in debt. And most think getting out of debt – without tearing each other’s heads off – sounds impossible. […]

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How do Your Money Personalities Impact Debt?
money personalities impact debt

Money Personalities affect not just how you approach money, but how you feel about it. No one loves debt, but some Money Personalities impact debt — and how much you worry about it — more than others. If you are a primary Saver or Security Seeker, debt worries may follow you around like a gloomy […]

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4 Things You Need To Know About Medical Debt NOW
things you need to know about medical debt

When we think about consumer debt, people tend to think of shopping bags and credit cards. But the reason a large number of Americans wind up in financial trouble isn’t self-indulgence or an inability to resist temptation. It’s medical debt. Whether you already struggle with paying hospital bills or not, here are 4 things you […]

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Accumulate Rainy-Day Cash to Fight Sudden Debt Attacks by Andy Masaki
accumulate rainy-day cash

Life is full of unforeseen twists and turns. You plan for something, and the exact opposite happens to you. Money problems can arise at any time. Sometimes when you least expect it. Expenses like school tuition, groceries, credit card, and utility bills are foreseeable. However, unfortunate events like storm damage to house, an accident, a […]

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The 4 C’s to Getting Out of Debt Together

Do you and your spouse fight, argue, or play the passive aggressive game about your credit card debt? The average credit card debt per household is $15,300, and the fact that one of you thinks that the debt is ok and the other doesn’t is slowing eroding, tearing apart, and ending relationships. Here is the good […]

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The $10,000 Newlywed Debt Surprise
Newlywed Debt Surprise

Coming home from vacation is so hard! While you’re swinging in a hammock in paradise you forget your long list of things-to-do, your bills, your diet and your boss. Coming home is a startling return to reality. Josh’s return home was especially startling. Home from Maui with his new bride, he went to their bulging […]

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Kids Assessment Results

Congratulations ! ‘s Primary Money Personality is: … ‘s Secondary Money Personality is: .. is a / What’s next? So you know your Kids 2 Money Personalities. Now you have a tool to walk you through step by step and learn how to communicate with them effectively. We suspect our parenting goals are likely the […]

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5 Steps For Confessing Financial Infidelity
steps for confessing

Nearly every relationship harbors some level of financial infidelity. It might be as minor as not telling your partner what you really spent on her birthday gift or as major as keeping a secret bank account to pay for your gambling addiction. (Find out where you stand with the Money Relationship Assessment.) Either way, the path […]

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5 Questions to Ask Your College-Bound Kid

College selection time can be scary — and exciting — for both you and your young adult. But with thousands of colleges in the United States, plus online and overseas options, college selection can also be overwhelming for your college-bound kid. Discussing those options is a terrific opportunity for you to learn more about your […]

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Money Milestones For Your 20s and 30s

If we could write our 20 year-old selves a letter it would say, “Start now. Start saving for retirement. Even just a little.” We know it doesn’t sound fun or maybe even necessary to start saving for something so far off, but if you do, you will thank yourself some day. And that “some day” […]

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