Failure Equals Success
Nov10

Failure Equals Success

Tweet No one likes to fail. There isn’t one person reading this that begins something with the intent to fail at it. When someone studies for an exam, then sits for the exam, they don’t whisper under their breath, “oh I hope I fail this”. No, we all intend to succeed. However, when it comes to succeeding, you most likely will  have some if not a lot of failures first. The other day I was sitting in a shareholders meeting of a company...

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Joint vs. Separate Checking Accounts
Mar11

Joint vs. Separate Checking Accounts

Tweet This is an interesting topic.  It can be a sensitive topic as well. As a married couple should you have separate or joint checking accounts? I didn’t get married until I was in my 30’s, I had my own bills, my own house, my own job and my own checking account.  My husband also had his own bills, job and checking account.  I first thought yes, we should have a joint account, my husband did not agree at the time so we...

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The Richest Man In Walnut Groove
Mar10

The Richest Man In Walnut Groove

Tweet Are you in the middle of a money mess? In debt? Maybe feeling all alone?  Are you trying to deal with the situation all by yourself or are you involving your family?  Are you sharing with them your fears? All too often I hear of one spouse keeping the total financial picture hidden from the other spouse.  Many do this out of shame, feeling that they have let their family down.  Others keep their financial situation hidden...

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