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Podcast: Play in new window | Download How to track your savings fund Things to consider when deciding whether to lump your savings together or keep it separate The only way to guarantee savings How Lisa and I track our … Continue reading
Not budgeting properly for non-monthly expenses is one of the biggest budget busters that I come across when working with individuals and couples. In addition, not knowing exactly how much you have in savings for car repair, vacation, and Christmas … Continue reading
Having an emergency fund today is paramount in having a healthy financial plan. Unfortunately, most people today are walking around without one. According to a recent survey, almost 2/3 of Americans could not pay for a $1,000 emergency without going … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadListen to this episode Diversification, emergency fund, and faith are the main topics on the show today. Diversification is not only an important part of a retirement portfolio, but is also an important part … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIn today’s podcast we start to talk about saving, specifically saving for emergencies. What exactly is an emergency fund? What constitutes an emergency? Where should you keep your emergency fund and most importantly how … Continue reading
JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-Healthy Financial Habits to Develop in 2011 Part I To kick off the new and improved podcast for 2011, we discuss Healthy Financial Habits that you can develop to help get control of your finances in 2011.