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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #125-Prioritizing for your retirement or for your child’s education?
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Most couples assume they need to sacrifice for child’s college fund Benefits of doing each one Do we need to pick one or the other? The need to prioritize yourself over your children … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download What recent college graduates can do to put themselves in position to succeed financially How to know where you stand financially Why developing a spending plan is a process, not an event Why … Continue reading
JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #106-How close to the debt cliff can I get before I fall off?
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Based on the article ‘How Much Student Loan Debt Is Too Much? That question is a game of how close to the edge of the cliff can we get to before we fall … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Different format to the show today Sharing my thoughts from doing 100 lessons of the show Doing the podcast has taught me a lot about money How you can help show your support … Continue reading
If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, see what I post on Facebook and Twitter, or listen to the podcast you know that my beliefs about how money works and how my family handles our money are … Continue reading
To receive notifications of new posts, please join our email list. My wife found an interesting article the other day that piqued our interests and I wanted to share my thoughts and get your thoughts on it as well. The article … Continue reading
To receive notifications of new posts, please join our email list. With all the drama going on in Washington over whether to keep student loans’ interest rates at 3.4%, let them double to 6.8%, or adjust them to another rate, what … Continue reading
To receive notifications of new posts, please join our email list. One of the most difficult and challenging financial situations I see in my line of work is when a young adult moves back in with their parents after graduating … Continue reading