Tag Archives: Personal Finance

The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 13: Demir from LifeHackBootcamp.com

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Most people can agree that they can be more productive and organized in their life.  Demir at LifeHackBootcamp.com has found simple ways to hack your brain so that you are more productive, get more done in less time so you save money, get healthy and get your life back so you have time to do what […]

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What Can Getting Sick Cost You? Guest blog post by Kelli Carter

What can getting sick cost you?In real estate it is all about "location, location, location" but when it comes to your health, it is "prevention, prevention, prevention"!It is estimated that only 10-30% of your health conditions are due to a genetic predisposition (the genes you are born with).Guess what that means?Your environment (what you control) […]

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Finances and Divorce for Women - Financial Help for Women Going Through Divorce

The following blog post is a guest post by Nancy Hetrick, founder of Smarter Divorce Solutions. Divorce happens. Let her help you get through it in a kinder, gentler, more affordable way with the assurance that your financial settlement will be a win-win for everyone with no tax or property division surprises. As a Certified Divorce […]

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The Saver and The Spender: Episode 9: Budgeting for your dream wedding

How many of you are planning your wedding right now?  What kind of budget are you using and how are you doing at sticking to it?  For those of you who have already gotten married how do you feel about your wedding budget?  Did you stick to it?  Was it easy to use and accessible?  Did […]

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 8: It's January, are you ready for Christmas?

It's January of 2017 and there are a lot of things on our minds.  New years resolutions abound and for a lot of people taking control of their personal finances are top priority.  One thing you can do is start to plan the next year's worth of gifts and holidays by creating a gift budget. […]

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How to shop for the holidays, get everything you want, save money and not go crazy!

We are nearly two days away from the official first shopping day of the holidays, Black Friday.  It's about to get real!!  Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year and big deals can be found.  Some people like to brave the crowds and early morning camping out to find the best deal.Other people […]

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 6: Self Talk and Money

We are finally back after a few crazy busy weeks.  This is a quick and dirty episode about the thing that you may be unknowingly saying to yourself about money.  Sometimes these are good things but more often than not you are sabotaging yourself by justifying or making yourself believe something that is setting your […]

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 5: Saving and Budgeting for Vacation and Travel

We have all had a vacation when you come back and you wish you had another vacation because you are so exhausted.  Or the kind where you are immediately stressed once you get back because now you have to figure out how you are going to pay for the supposed relaxing vacation you just took. […]

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For Richer or Poorer


  • October 29, 2016
    10:00 am - 11:30 am

Are you getting ready to tie the knot or are you newly married and wonder how in the world you're supposed to combine finances? Chances are, up until now you've each had a way of managing your money that's worked for you individually. But now you have to find a way that works for BOTH of you! Husband/Wife, Domestic couples, newlyweds, newly-engaged, or simply cohabitating, this class is for you!

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The Saver and The Spender Podcast Episode 4: Sharing Responsibilities

People need to know that it is ok to not be the financial savvy person of their relationship.  Most relationships have one person that does the bulk of the budgeting and planning and one person that doesn't.  There are two things that can't happen.  First, the person that does not handle the finances cannot be […]

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