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What would we do if there was no financial education programs? There are thousands of bloggers, books, and financial literacy classes available, we just need to take advantage of these great resources and use them to improve our financial lives.
Yay!! It’s my turn to do a video for Financial Literacy Month! Since I’m in the middle of moving from Wisconsin to Iowa, I thought it would be timely to share how we looked at a few of the financial … Continue reading
Gifts of the Heart As you work hard to change your money habits, don’t mistake spending less on gifts for being “cheap” or “unloving”. You can give GREAT gifts if you’ll just consider what the gift recipient enjoys most. Trinkets … Continue reading
Carrie from CarefulCents.com gives a brief explanation of taxable income and tax brackets. Determine taxable income Take the total of all income (W2 or self-employed such as from a 1099) and subtract any exemptions or deductions. The 6 tax brackets Taxable income will … Continue reading
Brad Chaffee from EnemyOfDebt.com offers some great advice for those who are falling behind on debt payments and considering bankruptcy. The Pro-rata Method can keep creditors off your back and help you avoid future judgments, or the execution of a judgment because … Continue reading
My good friend and financial coach Jon White, giving a new perspective on your money, shares 3 ways to pay for your child’s college education. It pays to plan ahead and either take advantage of tax-favored accounts (529 or ESA … Continue reading
5 rules OnTargetCoach and his wife follows when it’s time to work on the household budget: Rule #1: Invite your spouse – do it a few days ahead and in person (don’t text the invite!) Rule #2: Bring snacks (or … Continue reading
Jeff Rose from GoodFinancialCents.com tells us how mutual funds are like chicken and vegetable soup. It’s convenient: You don’t have to measure out the ingredients or even chose what goes into it. The hard work has already been done for … Continue reading
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