5 money saving tips just in time for the holidays

August 4, 2016

The sweet smell of summer ending, and the light breeze of fall is slowly creeping upon us. I love fall because it always gives me a sense of new beginnings. No matter how much money I may have accidentally spent in the summer time. ( I know I’m not the only one trying to play catch up on my goals, or am I?) Even though …

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Organize your finances contest part two

July 13, 2015

Last week I talked about the process of choosing a winner and overcoming my fear of working with someone one on one you can read the full in debt post here. In this video I talk more about the progress that the winner made. The winner has made significant progress over the past three months. She went from drowning to being able to get a …

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How to take inventory of your personal finances today

October 12, 2014

If you can’t see the total amount of your assets and liabilities, it’s going to be hard to set your financial goals. Last week we learned about LaTisha Styles who had racked up to 22,000 of credit card debt. In order for her to get serious about paying off that debt, she had to sit down and gather her financial inventory. Figuring out your financial …

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Make your finances automatic

June 23, 2014

“Regardless of the size of your salary you probably earn enough to get rich. Nothing will help you achieve wealth until you pay yourself first” David Bach The man that gave me a 10,000 scholarship to go to college was a janitor. He had been the janitor of the school for many years and no matter how much he made he said he would save …

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