Auto Pay vs. Bill Pay: Why and When We Recommend Both

2020-06-10T09:56:53-07:00

No one likes paying bills, but at least gone are the days when you would sit at a table with a checkbook and stamps at the ready. Today, everything is electronic, and thank goodness for that. You can pay a vendor or a service electronically one of two ways - [...]

Auto Pay vs. Bill Pay: Why and When We Recommend Both2020-06-10T09:56:53-07:00

Planning Your Post-Coronavirus Budget

2020-05-26T12:03:44-07:00

You’ve probably longed for the feeling of normalcy over these past few months. Covid-19 has caused a lot of upheaval and uncertainty in a very short amount of time. Previously mundane daily activities like grocery shopping have turned into something you prepare for with protective gear and mental fortitude. We [...]

Planning Your Post-Coronavirus Budget2020-05-26T12:03:44-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 89: Meet our newest team member, financial coach Jaclyn Wise

2020-08-14T08:32:57-07:00

Meet our newest Financial Coach, Jaclyn Wise! As a former math teacher you might expect budgeting would come easily, but Jaclyn shares she was a mess when it came to budgeting and balancing her own checkbook. Once she started making “real” money, she thought her finance worries would be solved. [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 89: Meet our newest team member, financial coach Jaclyn Wise2020-08-14T08:32:57-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 88: Why do we need to calculate our Net Worth and Savings Rate?

2020-07-08T11:42:55-07:00

Your net worth and savings rates are key pieces to navigating your personal finances! Knowing your income and expenses are important. But just as important are numbers that show you the bigger picture of your financial situation and that’s where your Net Worth & Savings Rate come into play. I’ll [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 88: Why do we need to calculate our Net Worth and Savings Rate?2020-07-08T11:42:55-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast: Episode 87 Financially Preparing for quarantine and social distancing to end

2020-05-13T10:46:26-07:00

As we start the slow return to normalcy following the COVID19 quarantine, it's time to consider what our spending habits will be. Companies will more than likely start to market towards our need for normalcy and the things we have been missing out on the past few months. Jill and [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast: Episode 87 Financially Preparing for quarantine and social distancing to end2020-05-13T10:46:26-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 86: How to keep your Amazon spending in check

2020-08-14T08:33:19-07:00

Amazon has made it so easy and convenient to have all of your purchases on your doorstep within a matter of days (or sometimes hours!). The convenience is great, but how is this impacting your finances? The convenience of being able to order anything we want in the click of [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 86: How to keep your Amazon spending in check2020-08-14T08:33:19-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 85: A Meal Planning Experiment to Lower Your Food Spending

2020-04-21T19:02:21-07:00

We were in a total funk for meals and found ourselves spending way too much on both groceries AND eating out! Here’s how we fixed it! Notes from episode/ summary of major points/ etc:  What being in a rut with food spending can look like  Various strategies for getting a [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 85: A Meal Planning Experiment to Lower Your Food Spending2020-04-21T19:02:21-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 84: FC Beat April 2020

2020-04-16T14:16:33-07:00

It’s one of our favorite times of the month! It is time for the FC Beat. That’s the Financial Coaches Beat, in case you didn’t know, where Kelsa and Jill are giving you the inside scoop on what’s happening, all things in the Fiscal Fitness world. And of course our [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 84: FC Beat April 20202020-04-16T14:16:33-07:00

Why It’s Important to Know Your Net Worth and Savings Rate

2020-04-09T10:58:04-07:00

At Fiscal Fitness, we’re all about planning and using those plans to make financial gains to your bottom line and in turn, your life. Whether your main goal is reducing your debt or building up your savings, both of those actions affect your net worth and your savings rate.  It’s [...]

Why It’s Important to Know Your Net Worth and Savings Rate2020-04-09T10:58:04-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 83: 5 Quick Money Activities to Boost Your Financial Confidence

2020-04-07T11:53:29-07:00

What are some simple activities that you can do that can have a quick yet significant impact on your budget? Kelsa is going to share 5 of those actions! Notes from episode: 5 Quick money-saving and confidence-boosting actions you can take today Why these things are more impactful than they [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 83: 5 Quick Money Activities to Boost Your Financial Confidence2020-04-07T11:53:29-07:00
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