The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 96: Cut the Cable Cord and Save Money with Streaming

The average American household spends over $200/month on their cable bill. For most of us, that makes cable our most expensive utility. Learn how to save money with streaming by cutting the cable cord in this episode of the Fiscal Fitness Podcast.   Notes from the episode: Guest expert (and [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 96: Cut the Cable Cord and Save Money with Streaming2020-07-28T08:15:17-07:00

How to Find and Eliminate iTunes Charges – Save Money!

How many times have you looked at your bank statement or checking account debits to say what the heck are all these iPhone charges for? We see this ALL THE TIME with clients! They signed up for apps or programs or free trials on iTunes and have no idea what they [...]

How to Find and Eliminate iTunes Charges – Save Money!2020-07-14T10:55:57-07:00

Beat the Heat 21-Day Challenge

We are so excited for our Beat the Heat 21-Day Challenge to kick off on July 10th!!  It's just 21-days long ---> You can do ANYTHING for 21 days!! :) We are on a mission to empower driven professionals and entrepreneurs to take control of their money, and ultimately, their [...]

Beat the Heat 21-Day Challenge2020-08-14T08:44:35-07:00

How the Coronavirus May Impact Your Financial Goals

Depending on what part of the country you live in, the Coronavirus may either be a worrying news headline or the thing that’s shutting down your child’s school for the next two weeks. There is no doubt though that fears around the virus are ramping up daily. It’s already shut [...]

How the Coronavirus May Impact Your Financial Goals2020-03-11T08:32:19-07:00

New Year Money 21-day Challenge

We are so excited for our New Year Money Challenge to kick off on January 15th!! It's just 21-days long ---> You can do ANYTHING for 21 days!! :) We are on a mission to empower driven professionals and entrepreneurs to take control of their money and ultimately their life! [...]

New Year Money 21-day Challenge2020-01-03T10:19:50-07:00

Start Small: Four Small Changes that Have a Big Impact on Your Finances

Everyone has heard the analogy of how cutting the daily latte can turn you into a millionaire by retirement. And that is one way, but believe it or not, there are tons of small things you can do every day that can make a huge impact on your financial life.  So [...]

Start Small: Four Small Changes that Have a Big Impact on Your Finances2019-08-31T09:44:49-07:00

21-day Summer Money Challenge

THE CHALLENGE IS NOW CLOSED. CHECK BACK FOR FUTURE CHALLENGES! We are so excited for our Summer Money Challenge to kick off on July 15th!! It's just 21-days long ---> You can do ANYTHING for 21 days!! :) We are on a mission to empower driven professionals and entrepreneurs to [...]

21-day Summer Money Challenge2019-07-15T16:00:08-07:00

Is Pet Insurance Worth It?: Why You Should Save Instead of Buying Pet Insurance

As financial coaches, we have seen our fair share of canine and feline-loving clients. We know pets are important, so we always account for them when crafting any budget. But beyond budgeting for the basics like food and routine vet appointments, people ask us if they should purchase pet insurance [...]

Is Pet Insurance Worth It?: Why You Should Save Instead of Buying Pet Insurance2019-06-28T12:37:31-07:00

How to Save Money on Your Cell Phone Bill

Here at Fiscal Fitness, we like to provide you tons of inspiration and motivation to help you take control of your finances. But we also like to get practical. Today we’re getting practical about your cell phone bill. It’s not uncommon for people to spend upwards of $200 per month [...]

How to Save Money on Your Cell Phone Bill2019-06-12T08:02:32-07:00

Why I Hate the Three Month Emergency Fund Rule

There are a few tried-and-true money rules that I flat out do not agree with. They sound like good advice, but they rarely work or play out in real life as people expect. The three-months’ emergency fund rule is one of them. What Is the Three Month Emergency Fund Rule [...]

Why I Hate the Three Month Emergency Fund Rule2019-04-16T09:29:17-07:00
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