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  • Money Management Tips for Couples

      If you listen intently to the marriage vows you took you will hear that one person will be the saver and one person will be the spender.  “For better or worse… For richer or poorer.”  These words subliminally brace you for what’s to come.  Many of us vow to stick it out through the […]

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  • The Holiday Planning Guide

        The holidays are right around the corner which means spending, spending, and more spending.  Research shows that the average American family spends over $900 on gifts.  Add hosting holiday parties, décor, and food to that list and that amount is easily doubled. To prevent overspending, read a few of my tips that will […]

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  • Fun Money and Why You Need It

      How many times have you created a budget so strict that you end up feeling guilty because you blew it?  It’s no secret that we need a budget to reach financial freedom but a budget doesn’t have to leave you feeling deprived.  Too many times we set a budget so tight that we feel […]

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  • Budgeting 101:

    For many of us the word budget cannot be found in our vocabularies.  Some have never created a budget and some have created it but don’t stick to it.  The main reason is because it’s too restrictive.  We begin to feel deprived and resort to impulse buying which defeats the purpose of  a budget.  Controlling […]

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