When working your way out of debt, life doesn't simply just stop and wait for you to complete the process. It will still continue on and often throw extra curveballs along the way, almost as if its goal is to take you off track from your goals. One of those curveballs that life tends to … Continue reading “HELP! I’m Paying Off Debt But May Be Laid Off Soon…”
This is a common question that we as coaches get. A lot of people don't understand the nature of our trade and how we differ from financial advisors. That's understandable though, as the financial coaching industry is still a relatively new sector of the financial world. So let's define what advisors do versus what I … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between a Financial Coach and a Financial Advisor?
A common issue among homeowners is determining what appliances to buy for the house. There are a nearly inexhaustible number of brands and levels of quality out there these days, and it can be tricky determining what the best is for your particular home. Fortunately, I have some advice from an experienced and well-informed connection … Continue reading What Appliances To Buy: Some Tips From An Experienced Landlord
Step 3 of the Baby Steps program is to save three to six months of expenses in an emergency fund. This fund is not supposed to be used for shopping sprees, vacations, cars, sofa specials, or anything of that sort; only for true, emergency situations like a job layoff or medical incident. What to spend … Continue reading Where Should I Put My Emergency Fund?