Blog 2017-07-29T12:48:02+00:00

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Budgeting for Health Insurance and Medical Costs

Unexpected medical costs can be frustrating and stressful.  Insurance premiums continue to rise, benefits continue to decrease, employers contribute less and less and out of pocket costs continue to skyrocket.  As the insurance policyholder, it is your responsibility to find out exactly what you are responsible for when it comes to medical costs and to [...]

June 4th, 2018|Learn, Strategize|

7 questions to ask when you are in need of debt relief

Debt settlement, debt consolidation, debt relief...which is right for you? By Jill Emanuel, Fiscal Fitness Phoenix Financial Coach Being in debt can feel completely overwhelming. It can feel like you are carrying a weight on your shoulders always there with you, with no escape. It can cause you to question your decisions, feel like [...]

May 15th, 2018|Learn, Strategize|

Kelsa was featured in Voyage Phoenix

Check out the awesome spotlight on Fiscal Fitness Phoenix owner and financial coach, Kelsa Dickey Our owner and financial coach, Kelsa Dickey, was recently interviewed by Voyage Phoenix. You can the entire original interview here. Here is the interview directly from Voyage Phoenix: "Today we’d like to introduce you to Kelsa Dickey. Kelsa, can you [...]

May 8th, 2018|Learn|

The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 31: Meet America's Power Couple: The Freemans

  In Episode 31 we talk with couple's coaches Aaron and Jocelyn Freeman, otherwise known as The Freemans.  They work with couples to help them communicate better, work better together, increase happiness and joy and reach their goals. They are the authors of The New Power Couple, speakers, relationship coaches and angel investors. They have shared [...]

April 4th, 2018|Learn|

The Saver and The Spender Podcast Sprint: How to budget for a fluctuating or commission based income

One of the questions we get all the time is how budget for a fluctuating income.  Teachers, per diem workers, business owners, employees with hourly pay with bonuses, people paid with commissions or even just not paid on a set schedule say that it's impossible to budget for that.  You're not alone and we're [...]

January 10th, 2018|Learn, Podcast, Strategize|

The Saver and The Spender Episode 25: Are you saving enough? And how to stop the madness of overspending

How much should you be saving? A CNN Money article recently said that, "roughly half of Americans are saving 5% or less of their incomes, including 18% that are not saving anything, according to a survey from Bankrate. Only about a quarter of people are saving more than 10% of their earnings." "Currently, one [...]

December 21st, 2017|Be Inspired, Learn, Podcast, Strategize|
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