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Still Helping Your Adult Children?

Our blog on parents helping grown children continues to be our number one read blog 4 years in a row! There is a reason for this: it is a pervasive and disturbing issue for families. I know I see it

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Posted in Debt, Financial Wellness, Kids, Relationships, Retirement

Give yourself a raise: Complete a “Paycheck Check-up”!

It’s Financial Literacy Month! A pretty exciting month around here. What have you been doing to refresh your finances? Here’s one idea: If you’re feeling like there is ‘too much month at the end of your money’ you may be

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Posted in Financial Wellness, Taxes

Refresh Your Finances During Financial Literacy Month

Refresh your finances

April is Financial Literacy month and while it might not mean much to the average person, it’s important to make time for your finances. Ideally, you take a look at your income, budget, and debts on a regular basis. But

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt, Financial Wellness

To Spend Or Not To Spend? That Is The Question

We’re flashing back to Mary’s post about how you spend your money. Read on to see how to improve your finances if you typically wing it when it comes to spending money.  Do you have an actual spending plan for those

Posted in Budgeting, Financial Wellness

Start Your Savings Plan With This Simple 3 Step Process

One of the most common goals of people who come to us for financial counseling is to have a savings plan. Of course, being a financial counselor, I advise folks to track their spending, set up envelopes, save coupons, reuse,

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Posted in Budgeting, Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness, Savings
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