Category: Money Management

Wedding Day Debt

Statistics show that the average cost of an American wedding is between $25,500 and $33,000. It’s no surprise that a lot of couples are going into to debt. In fact, statistics show that 74% of couples go into debt to get married. Now, there’s a wedding loan out there that does not help matters. A […]

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Wedding Day Dollars

People choose their wedding dates for different reasons and get choose to have their weddings every month of the year. However, January is the least popular month and October is the most popular month with September and August close behind. As we think about weddings two words come to mind, love and money. Based on […]

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Cheating With Money – Part 2

Although money is a major part of every relationship, it is still common for both spouses to have different views. These different views can lead to financial infidelity. However, there is still hope for couples to prevent it or to resolve the issues around it. First, you have to know what to look for, what […]

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Cheating With Money – Part 1

What does infidelity have to do with money management? Are you sneaking around on your spouse with your money or purchases? Do you lie to your spouse about money? Does your spouse know about all of your debts? Is gambling a secret that you keep from your spouse? All of these are signs of financial […]

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Your Why Has To Be Greater Than Your How

  It’s very important to know how to do something. How to create a budget. How to start saving. How to open a retirement account. How to reduce and/or eliminate debt. How to purchase life insurance. These are all good things to know how to do. However, if you do not have a solid “Why” […]

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What’s Your Payday Plan?

Friday is payday for a lot of people. That means different things for everyone, including an instant deduction and reduction because of NSF Fees. For some it means getting caught up on late bills. For others it means splurging because they have been living on next to nothing for the past few days. While for […]

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Do What You Know

April is National Financial Literacy Month. It is recognized in the United States to highlight the importance of financial literacy and teach Americans how to establish and to maintain healthy financial habits. Since I am a Financial Coach and a Financial Educator, I know the importance of financial literacy. In fact, I want to make […]

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Be Prepared For Opportunities

Whitney M. Young, Jr. said, “It is better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one than to have an opportunity and not be prepared.” So often people decide to get their money or credit right when they want to buy a house. That is not a bad thing. However, when asked when […]

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Protected: Take As Directed For Your Success

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What Would You Do If…?

How many times have you been asked the question, “What would you do if you won the lottery?” or “What would you do if you got $1,000,000?” Just the thought of that much money may have your mind reeling right now. Your imagination is running wild with the possibilities. Well, what would you do? Sometimes […]

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