How to Manage Money in Your Marriage

Posted by Madison on May 22, 2017

Figuring out how to manage money in your marriage is a timely topic for all couples. Are you newlyweds trying to figure out how to manage your money together for the first time? Or are you a married couple wanting to make adjustments to your money management style? Finances in marriage are a hot topic […]

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5 Money Mistakes That Will Cost You

Posted by Don on March 29, 2017

Do you have any money mistakes that you regret? We all have made mistakes. We buy something we regret. We invest in a hot stock tip and lose everything. We get caught up in the moment and overspend. The goal is to limit these money mistakes as much as possible since we can’t eliminate them […]

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How to Handle Rising Interest Rates

Posted by Don on March 2, 2017

The Federal Reserve has made it clear that it plans to raise interest rates in 2017. In fact, as of this writing the plan is to raise interest rates 3 times this year. Each raise is expected to be just a quarter of a percent (0.25%) but by the end of the year, interest rates […]

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Welcome to 2017! Many of us take the time to create resolutions in the new year. Some want to lose weight and get into shape. Others want to make this the year they find the love of their life. And others vow to have better finances and get their financial lives in order. Unfortunately for […]

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If you have heard of David Bach, then you are aware of the “latte factor”. It is the term given to how little expenses can add up over time and make a big difference in your monthly budget. Back when this term was first coined, it was a media whirlwind. Everyone was talking about how […]

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When You Need to Update Your Budget

Posted by Don on October 25, 2016

We recently covered the Worthwhile Benefits from Living on a Budget to highlight what you might be missing if you don’t have a budget. However, if you are someone who has created a budget and you actually follow it, when was the last time you updated it? I ask because if you are not updating […]

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Worthwhile Benefits from Living on a Budget

Posted by Don on September 27, 2016

When you think about your budget or even hear people talk about budgets, you probably cringe. This is because many of us think of budgeting as boring and a way to limit or restrict our spending. Making and following a budget is actually a good thing. I will show you that there are many benefits […]

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Financial Checklist to Complete after Getting Married

Posted by Don on September 15, 2016

Getting married is a great time in your life. Not only are you committing to the one you love, but you also get to celebrate with close friends and family. While you are busy with your vows and planning everything, don’t forget about your finances. Financial Checklist for after the Wedding No, this isn’t about […]

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What Should Your Financial Pie Chart Look Like?

Posted by Jill on May 5, 2016




Read or watch anything related to personal finance and you will be sure to find the idea of creating a budget near the top of the list. This makes sense since a budget is the foundation of your finances and without one, you will have some difficulty choosing the best way possible to manage your finances. […]

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