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Many regular readers of The Finance Coach newsletters also listen to Dave Ramsey’s radio program. One doesn’t have to listen very long before hearing Mr. Ramsey share his “beans and rice” philosophy, the idea of living lean while gaining financial ground. Read the rest of this entry »

Many of you have made New Year’s resolutions. Many of those resolutions may involve your financial position. Perhaps you want to increase your income, lower your debt, or get prepared for a change that is going to occur in your life. Let us help. Read the rest of this entry »

Your grocery bill increases weekly, but all you hear is that there is no food to eat. Everyone needs new clothes, yet, your closets and dressers are full. You need new carpet, but you can’t see the carpet you do have because of all the “crap” laying around the house. You need new bikes, but your garage and yard are littered with bikes. We need new cell phones with the latest features. The list is endless. How is it we need so much, when in reality we have so much? If this sounds familiar, you may have “stuffitist” or you may be a “crapaholic”. Read the rest of this entry »

Have you seen the new TV “reality” program titled Extreme Couponing? The show features men and women who have taken couponing to outrageous levels and save thousands of dollars-sometimes in a single transaction! it’s fun to watch, but I sincerely doubt many of us actually have the 20-40 hours each week that these folks spend clipping and organizing coupons, let alone the desire to mega-save and stock pile like those on the show. Read the rest of this entry »

It’s really never too early to teach your children the life lessons you want them to carry throughout their lives. It’s with this in mind, I want to share with you the two that are most important to my wife Amy and I. Read the rest of this entry »

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