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3 financial considerations when you break up

You have worked so hard together to build this nest egg that was meant to take you through retirement, and it was meant to last – just like you relationship was supposed to last and weather all the storms. 700 more words


How to Financially Prepare for a Baby

It didn’t take long after my wife and I found out we were going to have a kid that the panic started to set in. You name it, I probably panicked about it. 2,156 more words


3 tips when deciding to Saving or Pay-off debt after Divorce

Your divorce is over, or maybe it will be soon. Your mind is reeling and you are confronted by yet another decision: Save or pay-off debt. 559 more words


Are You Having a "Quarter Life Crisis"?

Your mid-twenties. You expected to be done with school, working in a great career, be engaged (maybe even married), and possibly buying your first home. In reality, you are probably in grad school or contemplating going back because you barely get paid a living wage at your job and your parents keep asking when you are going to find a spouse and move out. 716 more words


Expert Advice: Funding Your Passion 

Hey ladies! As part of our “Discovering Your Purpose” series, we will be getting expert financial advice on how to fund your purpose.

While passion and purpose have distinct differences, our passions ultimately feeds into our purpose.Many of us have passions that we want to explore and reap financial benefit from.  566 more words


Having Enough; April 17, 2018

Haggai 1:5-6 Now this is what the Lord Almighty says: “Give careful thought to your ways. You have planted much, but have harvested little. You eat, but never have enough. 640 more words


Take Control Tuesday: Tax Day Reflections

Today is Tax Day 2018 and whether you are expecting a refund or you owe the IRS, Mansa Musa from MoneySmartLife.org says today is a great day to reflect on your #MoneySmartLife… 53 more words