Personal Financial Coaching
Could you benefit from a money coach? We offer private sessions for individuals and couples to help you achieve even your most illusive financial goals.
Presentations & Classes
Looking for a personal finance speaker? We offer corporate and group classes that empower your employees and community.
Is your school looking to add financial literacy to their standard curricula? We design custom lesson plans for Pre-K through college.
Having a rainy day fund is such an important aspect of feeling financially secure. Even if you have mountains of debt, having just the smallest nest egg squirreled away can make a huge difference to your bottom line and your sanity. But where should you keep that safety net? Should you just let it sit in your checking account untouched?
With tax reform all but signed into law, there are big changes coming to individuals starting in 2018. For better or worse, there’s a lot of unpacking that still needs to happen, but there are some planning items that you can do right now to save you money.
We’re heading into 2018 at lighting speed so it’s time to take another look at those financial goals and set yourself up for success. Whether you had 2017 goals that fell by the wayside or financial goal setting is completely new to you, here are some tips to keep you motivated a moving in the right direction.
It's almost 2018, which means it's time to get organized for the new year. If you're looking to make those resolutions or just to keep your daily tasks from piling up, a paper planner may be just what you need. Today we're highlighting six of our favorite planners so you can find one that works best for you and your budget.
It’s no secret that children are expensive, but just how expensive are they? I’m sharing what I’ve learned from our family finance journey in the hopes that you can use this as a jumping off point for your family planning.
December is a nightmare that serious budgeters just want to wake up from. It seems like no matter what you do, Christmas will turn your budget into a soupy disaster instead of the structured guide it’s intended to be. While it’s filled with holiday cheer and heartwarming expressions of love, it can also wreak havoc on your bank account. As a result, we’re sharing three ways you can save money this holiday season.
If you’ve ever tried to figure out how long you could go without working then you know all about a financial runway. Whether you’re looking to extend your maternity leave or start a business, it’s the same concept. How long can you keep going before you hit your comfort threshold and dip below your sweet spot when it comes to savings? Here’s a guide and template to help you calculate your financial runway.
We all like to give where we can, especially this time of year when appreciating what we have and taking care of others is at the forefront of our minds. You may be bombarded with requests to give and wonder how you can make your donation go as far as possible. Here are some tips to do just that and to help maximize the impact of your donation.
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