Reader Question: How Do I Deal with my Spouse’s Bad Credit?

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If you have questions about your finances, you are not alone. In fact, here at Your Finances Simplified I often receive financial questions from my readers. For example, one of our readers, Gwen, sent me the following: My name is Gwen, and I’ve been married for 23 years, and my husband’s credit is awful. We [...]

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Patch The Hole First! Know Where Your Money’s Going!

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You most likely have at least noticed the back and forth debates on the federal budget. One common theme that kept showing up was plugging the holes in the budget. Well guess what, plugging the holes in your own personal finances can have a much more profound effect. Consider that it makes no cents (pun [...]

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Sign Up Today for a Free Wealth Event in DC!

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On July 12th from 12pm – 3pm, I will be speaking at a free wealth event at the Mad Hatter in DC!  Click here to register!

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Your Financial Relationships: How Should We Approach Debt? Both Taking it on and Paying it Off

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This post is part of our Your Financial Relationships series. This series is designed to help you discover the financial topics you should discuss with your significant other in order to have a financially healthy relationship. Today, we’ll be looking at the different attitudes that people have when it comes to debt.

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Why We Have So Many College Educated Under and Unemployed

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The bad news just keeps on coming! Recently, we learned that economic growth for 2014’s first quarter is in negative territory—negative 2.9% to be exact. Then we are confronted by the alarming fact that 1 of every 2 recent college grads is receiving necessary financial support from parents, even though fully half of this 50% [...]

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See What Other People Have to Say about my Book!

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You may have heard that I am now selling a paperback version of my book, How to Fix Your Credit. If you’re one of those people who likes to hold a real book in your hands, well, this is for you! Take this book and highlight it, make notes in the margins, or give it [...]

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Reader Question: What Should I Pay Off First?

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If you have questions about your finances, you are not alone. In fact, here at Your Finances Simplified I often receive financial questions from my readers. For example, one of our readers, Shan, sent me the following: Hello! So I recently found you on IG, and I’m planning on purchasing your book. My main goal is [...]

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Student Loan Interest Rates Up, Now What?

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Undoubtedly you have seen the news, read the reports or overheard someone talking about how student loans are about to get more expensive. Are we about to throw another monkey on these poor student’s backs or is there another side to this tale?

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FREE Wealth Event Coming up in DC!

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Guess what? I’m going to be a part of a free wealth event coming up on July 12th in DC! This event will be fun and entertaining and more importantly free. Click here to register!

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Your Financial Relationships: When Should We Retire?

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This post is part of our Your Financial Relationships series. This series is designed to help you discover the financial topics you should discuss with your significant other in order to have a financially healthy relationship. Today, we’ll be looking at when you should retire.

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