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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #138-Lessons Learned from coaching: The impact of debt on our life
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Continuing our series on lessons learned from coaching Learning the impact of what debt does to our life The normalization of debt in our culture Actions to take the realize the impact of … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download The most difficult loan to handle is the one from family and friends Why we borrow from family and friends The dangers in doing them Why it is important to have to clear … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download How are creditors and borrowers supposed to act What a debt agreement actually is Viewpoint from the borrower and the creditor How to avoid the rat race all together Quote of the lesson
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Having a down payment is an important part of buying a home Where not to get a down payment for your next home Borrowing money for a down payment is like a shell … Continue reading
I haven’t talked much about our personal life on the blog lately but Lisa and I are expecting our 3rd child, a daughter, in July. It’s an exciting time for our family and we’re excited to welcome our baby girl … Continue reading
My employer’s 401(K) administrator thinks you’ll always have some kind of consumer debt. What says you?
Yes, this is part of a real email I got from my employer’s 401(K) provider. I tried to read the whole article but after reading the first two sentences I just had to stop. The article first promises something that … Continue reading
Often in conversation with young adults and newlywed couples the topic of buying a house is mentioned. I understand and know why; buying a home is an exciting thing, not to mention the constant reminders from friends and co-workers that … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Bankruptcy should be considered as a last resort, not as a first If you do decide to file make it a sound decision instead of an emotional one The ramifications of filing bankruptcy … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHighlights of today’s show: Greg Pare joins me on the show Shares how to B.A.N.K more in One Four What happens when you budget your money before the month begins The importance of knowing your … Continue reading