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August 22nd, 2013

What Men Can Learn About Money from Women

You already know that more and more women are becoming the primary breadwinners and also that women make most of the money decisions in the U.S.1 You also know that, despite this, women tend to be less confident when comes to their finances than men. So, you would think that would mean that men handle… more

August 15th, 2013

Getting Past Fear of Finance

Many of you have downloaded our complementary pdf the Top 10 Female Fears About Money (if you missed it, click on the link and then enter your email address in the GET RICH IN KNOWLEDGE box near the top right of our website) – and you’ve also heard us talk about all kinds of ways… more

August 8th, 2013

Why Summer is the Ideal Time to Talk to Teens About Money

Whether your kids are just entering their teenage years, or even if they’re about to exit them, summer provides parents with one of the most natural opportunities to start a conversation about money. Why is summer such a great time to talk cash with kids? Because, for many teens, summer is also the time when… more

August 1st, 2013

What to do When Debt Collectors Come Calling

According a recent article MSN Money article, debt collection has become big business. But it’s not always about tracking down those who owe thousands. In fact, today’s debt collectors are going after people who owe much smaller amounts – even on items like overdue library books and movie rentals. The question is can very small… more

July 25th, 2013

What the Rise in Female Earning Power is Doing to Men – and What it’s not Doing for Women

According to a 2013 study conducted by the Pew Research Center and released on May 29, 2013, only 28% of all survey respondents agreed that it’s “generally better for a marriage if a husband earns more than his wife,” compared with 40% in 1997.1 While many of us know (possibly first hand) that attitudes about… more

July 18th, 2013

Want to have Trust in Your Financial Future? Stop Lying to Yourself – and Quickly

Ah, getting older. It’s something we all tend to have at least little denial around. Especially, when it comes to our money. We tend to think things like:   “I’ll have plenty of time to save – later.” “I’m not planning to retire until after I turn 65 anyway.” “I won’t need as much money… more

June 20th, 2013

The Lazy’s Girl’s Guide to Saving

Between the economic crunch, the desire for now over later and the fact that the future can seem so far away, saving is sometimes the last item on our to-do lists. If it even makes it to our list at all. Adding to the challenge for some of us is the anxiety and stress we… more

June 6th, 2013

Money and Love – Financial Musts for Same-Sex Couples

Last month, we took a look at why couples need to be in sync financially before they “go joint” with their money. We also followed a couple through their own personal Money Day as they worked to get on the same page. But even though becoming clear about each partner’s money beliefs and realities is… more

May 16th, 2013

Is Risk-Aversion Risking Your Future?

Not long ago, our friends Lori and Bob Hollander of Relationships Works (who also happen to be the Relationship Experts for WomanTalk Live) presented a very enlightening Women Getting Wise On Wealth seminar on the differences between women and men when it comes to money – especially, in terms of solving conflicts. Today, though, we… more

May 9th, 2013

Why the Sandwich Generation is Being Eaten Alive and What You Can Do to Escape a Distasteful Financial Fate

By now, you’ve likely heard much about the Sandwich Generation – those adults who get stuck in the middle of a double financial whammy. One hand they have children who are still young and living at home – dependent on them for emotional and financial support. On the other hand, they have aging parents who… more

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