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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #41-The three steps you need to do before you get out of debt
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHighlights of today’s show: Getting out of debt is a goal for most everyone But some of us don’t know where to start Discussing the three steps to getting ready to get out of debt … Continue reading
To receive notifications of new posts, please join our email list. “Indecision is the greatest thief of opportunity.” -Robert Schuller Does this quote apply to how you handle your money? Everyone handles making decisions differently. Through trials and errors some … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHighlights of today’s show: Young adults are putting off marriage and having children because of debt Should you wait to do those life events until you are debt free? Debt can limit your options, but … Continue reading
JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #4-Is it more important to spend less or make more when getting out of debt?
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHighlights of today’s show: The Debt Snowball IS the best way to pay off your debt Spending less is important but it has its limits Making more money will only help you if you know … Continue reading
Today we have a guest post from my friend Brad Kinder of http://bradkindercoaching.com/. Brad has some great advice on what to do after you are debt free. If you follow his five things to do after you are debt free, … Continue reading
“There is nothing more uncommon than common sense.” ~ Ben Franklin When it comes to teaching people how to handle their money, the information I share is not anything special that only a brain surgeon can understand. It is actually pretty straightforward: avoid debt, live … Continue reading
I often get asked what kind of software or phone apps I recommend for people who are looking to make and stick to a budget. There are some good ones out there that a lot of people use, including mint.com, … Continue reading