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Helping a Saver and Spender See Eye-to-Eye: A Six Month Client Celebration Interview

Helping a Saver and Spender See Eye to Eye: A Client Celebration Interview Coach Jill recently had the pleasure of interviewing Jamie and Katie,  financial coaching clients who began working with us in 2020. Jamie is a saver and Katie likes to plan elaborate two-year-old birthday parties for her kids. Through coaching, [...]

Helping a Saver and Spender See Eye-to-Eye: A Six Month Client Celebration Interview2021-09-16T09:24:02-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 110: Why I Quit Doing Baby Steps and Finally Paid Off My Car

In this episode you'll hear why Coach Jaclyn herself chose to abandon one of the popular approaches out there when working on paying off her non-mortgage debt. Famous financial gurus are known for their popular, one-size-fits all approaches to money. Here at Fiscal Fitness, we know from working first hand [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 110: Why I Quit Doing Baby Steps and Finally Paid Off My Car2021-02-02T11:22:02-07:00

Student Loans: Good Debt or Bad Debt? 

Student loan debt is some of the most common debt out there. It’s no surprise given that the average cost of tuition for a four-year undergraduate education, in-state mind you, is around $25,000 a year. That amount of money is more than most people have in extra, unallocated annual income. [...]

Student Loans: Good Debt or Bad Debt? 2019-05-22T09:52:33-07:00

A Strategy for Getting Current on Past Due Bills

There are times you may find yourself behind on bills. Maybe life has thrown you a curveball you didn’t see coming or maybe you flat out missed a payment and didn’t realize it until you received a notice in the mail. If that happens, for whatever reason, here is the [...]

A Strategy for Getting Current on Past Due Bills2020-01-15T13:49:31-07:00

The Pros and Cons of a Credit Card Balance Transfer (Video)

When you're facing a mountain of credit card debt, a zero percent balance transfer is really appealing. But it's not always the best option. There are some financial coaches and experts out there who believe if you have credit card debt, that you should never transfer it. At Fiscal Fitness, [...]

The Pros and Cons of a Credit Card Balance Transfer (Video)2020-06-25T12:15:12-07:00

Five Tips for Dealing with a Financial Hardship

The government shutdown is over for the time being. Government workers are thankfully receiving paychecks again. However, the threat of the next government shutdown is less than a few weeks away. It’s a terribly uncertain time to work for Uncle Sam. Your paychecks may not be reliant on the whims [...]

Five Tips for Dealing with a Financial Hardship2020-03-23T12:30:53-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast, Episode 49: Financial New Year’s Resolutions Super Episode

Get your finances in order. Whether it's your New Year's resolution or it's just time to stop the stress, we are here to help! According to a recent Inc.com article, 32% of respondents say their new year's resolution is to save more and spend less money.  In fact, is in the [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast, Episode 49: Financial New Year’s Resolutions Super Episode2020-04-20T15:24:24-07:00
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