In one of our latest blogs, “Five Ways to Tackle Your Debt”, we gave you the top five things you should do if you want to get out of debt. Finding extra income was one we highlighted. The problem is many people get log jammed here because they cannot seem to find any extra money. Is that you? If
Have you ever watched a football game where one of the defensive players makes a HUGE tackle and crushes his opponent? How would you like to do that to your debt? Wouldn’t it feel great to tackle one of the biggest stressors in your life? For most people one of the biggest causes of stress is
Have you ever had to go through one of those events in life that you hoped you would never have to experience? If you have lived life at all your answer will more than like be yes. There are different ways financially you can go through one of those experiences. One of those experiences is not
More and more I am sensing a disturbing thing in the air around the Christmas season. According to this article, 45% of those surveyed would like to opt out of Christmas all together. WHAT?! Opt out of Christmas? Why is this that thought even considered?
Do you know how much you spend on groceries each month? What about going out to eat or how much you spend on your daily coffee, lunch or snack routine? Thirty days after I begin working with new clients, almost all of them come back to me and are shocked at how much they over spend without even
If you are engaged to be married or in a serious relationship, you may be wondering when is the right time to combine your finances. Getting married is one of the most significant and most joyous occasions that can happen to you in your life. Money can be one of those stumbling blocks in a
Last week I hit the 100 mark in cut up credit cards by clients this year. I have to date over 300 credit cards cut up since we began this crusade (You can see a video of John cutting up seven credit cards here.). Every once in a while it is important to mark achievements. However this blog is more
It is that time of year again. The annual back to school shopping season has begun and without warning, shopping for the kids can easily become a budget buster if you’re not careful. Here are 10 ways to keep more cash in your pocket this fall.