Wednesday, 05 February 2014 15:42

Handling Adult Children and Budget Busters

 

Q. Do you have any advice for teaching responsibility and generosity to adult children and grandkids when it comes to money?

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Thursday, 02 January 2014 13:14

Financial Advice for Newlyweds

Financial Advice for Newlyweds

 

If you’re getting ready to tie the knot, then one thing you definitely want to talk about with your honey is money! You probably have lots going on, and emotions are running high. But believe us: now is the time to get on the same page about money. Money fights and money problems have been the leading cause of divorce for decades—but the good news is that these issues are preventable! Getting on the same page creates a strong foundation for a healthy, lifetime marriage. Plus, you’re stopping money fights before they start!

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Monday, 02 December 2013 09:56

Tips for Surviving Christmas Financially

Q.What are some good ways to teach a 13-year-old kid about giving versus getting during the holiday season?

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Wednesday, 06 November 2013 14:00

Selling Your Car and Emergency Fund Timing

Q. Is it a good idea to sell your car in order to buy one that gets better gas mileage?

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Q.  Should a budget change every month?

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Q. When is it okay to purchase a house without making a 20 percent down payment?

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Saturday, 03 August 2013 13:37

Refinancing Your Home and IRA

Q.  Is there a downside to refinancing your home often?

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Monday, 08 July 2013 13:51

Debt Settlement and Mortgage Terms

Q.  I’m working on my debt snowball, and I’m trying to settle with a pushy collector. I don’t have the $9,000 I owe, but I have $3,000 I’d like to offer as a settlement. Recently the collector has started asking for a lot of information I don’t feel comfortable providing. What should I do?

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Thursday, 06 June 2013 12:11

Going back to work and Investing

Q. I’m a stay-at-home mom now, and my husband brings home $2,600 a month. We’re trying to get out of debt, but we need more money coming in. I want to go back to work, but emotionally part of me feels like I should stay home with our 2-year-old daughter. What do you think?

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Q.  My husband and I have a baby and are trying to live on a budget and pay off about $14,000 in debt. He wants to spend $100 a month for a date night, but I think this is too much under the circumstances. I’m a stay-at-home mom right now, and after taxes he makes about $3,200 a month. What do you think?

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