When you think about getting married, you think about pretty dresses, big parties, and an amazing honeymoon. What you don't tend to think about is joint bank accounts, debt ratios, and discretionary income. I mean, who wants to walk down the aisle while they contemplate their long-term budget?
The problem here is that reality soon comes crashing down and people often realize they have two totally different spending styles – then the fighting begins. But this isn't the only way! It is actually very possible for two people to merge their lives without fighting about money. All it takes is a little forethought.
Some people work so hard to get it absolutely right that they don’t have the bandwith to do all the other things that go into making a business successful. You can be so anal about the little details that you lose sight of all a lot of the bigger things that need to be accomplished.
One perfect example could be a company getting so caught up on having the perfect website that they lose track of some of the other vital components of the business.
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Let’s face it: we could all use some advice when it comes to managing our finances.
Certified money coach, Carrie Birgbauer Friedberg, writes about 6 ways you can stay on top of your finances – no matter what life throws at you.
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I was a "couponer" long before couponing became "popular." While I don't endorse "extreme couponing," aggressive couponing tactics, or clearing the shelves at your local grocery store, I have saved a significant sum of money using coupons to buy the foods and supplies we eat and enjoy.
Here are my favorite tips for new couponers:
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When I counsel couples about financial responsibility, I find that many have made some of the same rash decisions, which has often led them down the path of financial hardship. So here’s the hard question for all of us in love: How do you say ‘no’ to that special someone when their request will certainly cause financial harm to one, and possibly both people?