Category: Financial Behavior

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The Downside to Making the Most Money You Ever Have

Is it possible to be in a worse position because you are making the most money you ever have? It happens more than you think. It’s not just the tax impact of additional income, but many of the lifestyle decisions that build up over time.


April 9, 2019 0
Thrifty living with no shame

Ain’t No Shame in My Thrifty Game Strategy Guide

Being thrifty is actually a good thing! I share with you how to make thrifty purchasing decisions and share with you some of my family’s thrifty ways.


March 16, 2019 0
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Are You on Track Financially? Strategy Guide

Am I on track financially? The answer to this question is why many of my clients reach out to me initially. This is a very scary question to ask for many because most are not on track and acknowledging this reality means that you may need to shift either your goals or change your behavior to align your financial decisions with what is most important to you. The answer to are you on track is…
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March 3, 2019 0
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How a Recession Could Impact You Strategy Guide

Instead of worrying about the next recession, understand how a recession could impact you and begin to build a game plan so that you are best prepared for the next recession.


December 22, 2018 0
Retiring early

How to Retire Early Strategy Guide

  Can you really retire early? Yes, you can, but it takes a lot of hard work and discipline to first plan a strategy and then stick to it. There are a bunch of early retirement bloggers out there and although they share a lot of solid nuggets of information, it only takes one error to completely derail your plans. I will outline what it takes to retire early and a few common landmines to…
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November 24, 2018 0
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