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Money touches every area of our lives, including marriage. A study by the American Psychological Association found that 72% of Americans have felt stressed about money. Financial stress can be devastating to a marriage — but with proper communication and commitment to change, it doesn’t have to be. Here are 6 ways for how to…

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The topic of understanding student loans has become a popular one in the United States over the years. Are you one of the 45 million Americans carrying student loan debt? You read that right – 45 million! Student loans are one of the most common debts carried by people in our country, so it would…

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Have you had a chance to review the first two steps towards creating financial stability? In our last post, we discussed the benefits of unpacking your money beliefs and leveraging your numbers. Now we’re going to review three more important steps to creating financial stability: saving, setting and keeping your money goals, and discussing finances…

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When you think of financial stability, what comes to mind? Most people consider financial stability as being debt-free, being able to afford your living expenses and having money left over. Is that the case for you? No matter how one looks at financial stability, it is a lifetime journey. It is something you will need…

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Having financial confidence doesn’t happen overnight — it happens through knowing where your money is going and being willing to adjust your habits if needed. Therefore, one of the best things you can do with your time is to take a thoughtful look at your spending so you can prioritize it. Here are 5 steps…

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