Tag Archives: Spending

JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #132-Why my wife and I spent more than we made in 2016

Podcast: Play in new window | Download How Lisa and I spent more than we made in 2016 Why I felt that we were throwing money away left in right this summer Why Savings is our future goal What are … Continue reading

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Friday Financial Tidbit-What the Middle Class Can’t Do With Money

Due to my interest in all things personal finance, I read a variety of articles dealing with personal finance from all kinds of different sources. It helps me keep up with recent trends and know what pop culture is saying … Continue reading

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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #77-Can a saver learn to spend?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Can a saver learn to spend money if it is not their natural tendency? How saving can be taken too far Why it is important to spend and not just save Ways to … Continue reading

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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #76-Can a spender learn to save?

Can a spender learn to save money if it is not their natural tendency? Why being a spender is not a bad thing What keeps us from saving money Ways to help us save more money Quote of the week

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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #75-How do you do fun money?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download What is “fun” money” and why it is important to have it in our budget How to do “fun” money the right way Why “fun” money is not an allowance What the difference … Continue reading

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Friday Financial Tidbit-What would you do with $10,000?

If someone handed you $10,000 today free and clear, what would you do with it and why? That might sounds like a dumb question. But to me,  how you answer that questions tells me a lot about your dreams and … Continue reading

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Friday Financial Tidbit-How much does it really cost?

To receive notifications of new posts, please join our email list. Whenever we look to make a purchase and want to know how much something costs, our first instinct is always to look at the price tag. True, that will give … Continue reading

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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #38-How do you decide when to save and when to spend?

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHighlights of today’s show: Answering  listeners’ questions on personal finance Can money in an HSA count towards your emergency fund? How to decided between going on vacation and paying down your mortgage It’s all about … Continue reading

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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

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What do you really value?

If I got ahold of your bank statement I could instantly tell you what you value the most. Do you agree with this statement? We all say that we value something, but I have found that if you look at … Continue reading

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