Are You Committing Financial Infidelity? You May be Surprised

Infidelity is a sizzling topic, and Financial Infidelity is new on the scenes. According to the research Financial Infidelity in Couple Relationships 2018 by Jeanfreau, Noguchi, Mong and Stadthagen, 27% of people admit to keeping a secret from their partner but 53% do keep a secret from their partner. Are they lying? OR, is what they’re doing just not considered infidelity… Continue reading Are You Committing Financial Infidelity? You May be Surprised

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4 Things to Honestly Talk About Before You Buy a Home Together

“No surprises” is the mantra I highly recommend for any two people wanting to buy a home together. It may be your next home after outgrowing the one you’re in. It might be your first home now that you’re newly married. Maybe you’re just trying out this couple thing and are willing to share an… Continue reading 4 Things to Honestly Talk About Before You Buy a Home Together

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3 Tips for the Super Mom Brain & Money Talk

We all know a woman’s brain works differently from a man’s. Did you know a woman’s brain goes into superior overdrive once she becomes a Mom?  With this kind of computer power – women can tackle, learn and succeed with anything around money talk.  We just need to deliver the information and discussions differently. Here’s… Continue reading 3 Tips for the Super Mom Brain & Money Talk

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3 Simple Behaviors to Take the Pain out of Tax Season

Yep, it’s that season again.  And it’s stressful.  Often the paperwork is more daunting than the actual check we may have to write; and psychologically the agitation we imagine is often much greater than reality.  It’s natural to bristle at “administrivia” and avoid submitting our taxes until the very last minute.  So before you read further, STOP.  Once you… Continue reading 3 Simple Behaviors to Take the Pain out of Tax Season

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