Tag Archives: Debt Snowball

Friday Financial Tidibt-Getting comfortable with our debt

To receive notifications of new posts, please join our email list. I detest debt. I’ve seen how it robs people of their money, peace of mind, and freedom to live the life they choose. I’ve also seen how getting out … Continue reading

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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-Your Financial Literacy Month Questions

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHighlights of today’s show: Is strategic foreclosure ethical? Can technology help out your finances? Combining finances in marriage or keeping them seperate The best investment you can make is in yourself Now taking requests to … Continue reading

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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-0% credit card transfers

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadListen to this Episode Highlights of today’s show: 0% Credit Card Transfer offers Can help you get out of debt Figure out the transfer fees and APR first Must learn how to live on less … Continue reading

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Vlog: Ask “How much” instead of “How much a month.”

When determining if we can afford a particular purchase or not we typically ask ourselves, “How much a month?” Often that question leads us into making impulse purchases as well as going into debt. But what if you started to … Continue reading

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Vlog: What are you willing to give up to be debt free?

I talk to lots of people who say they want to rid themselves of debt. But when it comes down to implementing the plan, they don’t because they are not willing to do what is necessary to succeed. So what … Continue reading

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Learning how to say no

One of the most common things we teach when we give people a new perspective on their money is the importance of learning to say “no” in your personal finances. Whether it is to say no to debt, children, parents, or … Continue reading

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The Major Components of a Healthy Financial Plan: Debt Reduction Plan

Debt in our culture today is one of the most heavily marketed things in America.  According to a March 2010 study by the Federal Reserve, Americans had approximately $2.45 trillion in consumer debt.  If your debt is causing you stress,

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