What Do Your Money Personalities Have To Do With Giving?
3 Crazy Debt Stories & 3 Steps To Avoid Being The Next “Crazy” Story
What do your Money Personalities have to do with giving? Everything! Here is an example of a couple discussing a gift for a party. Watch how their different Money Personalities affect how they want to handle that situation. Let’s take Suzie, for example. She is a Saver/Security seeker. Does she LOVE to give? Not really. […]
How do Your Money Personalities Impact Debt?
Raise your hand if you thought reality television would never last. Well, it looks like the “unscripted” (certainly, not reality) shows are here to stay. People love to watch others live life. Sometimes people watch reality shows to cheer for others like the singing show The Voice. And sometimes people watch them to laugh […]
4 Things You Need To Know About Medical Debt NOW
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 […]
6 Ways To Get Out Of Debt BEFORE It Ruins Your Relationship
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 […]
Accumulate Rainy-Day Cash to Fight Sudden Debt Attacks by Andy Masaki
Don’t let money get in the way of love. Debt is like a high school reunion; it creeps up on you before you know it. (And no one is really that thrilled about it.) But the average American household lives with $16,061 in credit card debt. And just like high school, we can’t wait to […]
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 […]