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- Get Clear About Your Role: The first step is to be honest with yourself. If you are in a financial mess, outline what you did (or didn?t do) that may have contributed to the issue. Did you participate in frivolous spending? Or were you okay with not knowing what was going on financially? Once you acknowledge your role, you can figure out how to avoid the same type of destructive behavior in the future.
- Get Educated on Where You Stand Financially: Once you have a clear picture of how you ended up where you are, it is important to create a plan of action Start by creating a realistic budget based on your new solo income. Next, pull your credit report at www.annualcredit-report.com....
So I would suggest that your sense of security isn’t coming from how much money you have in the bank. Instead, your feeling of security and well being is defined by the way you think about money and what you have.
2) Poor Communication: Blaming and shaming is a natural by-product of thinking that your security and well-being is linked to your money. If you or your partner is not managing your affairs all that well, it would make sense that if you see your finances take a hit, that you will feel insecure and blame the other.
But what if you were able to communicate about what is going on in a calm and generous manner? How different would your experience be?
In my own experience,...
Recently, a client was telling me about how he was preparing to send his daughter off to her first year of college.
We talked about the feeling of accomplishment one has during this important milestone, and how bittersweet it can be dropping them off at school.
This is a societal rite of passage into early adulthood a time for children to spread their wings.
During the conversation, I asked if his daughter had completed any legal forms as part of the preparation.
He looked at me quizzically and replied, No.
When your child turns 18, they are considered an adult in the eyes of the law. This means, if he or she were to end up in the hospital and unable to make...
But it’s not all doom and gloom – overall, we’re in less debt than we were in March.
More than 60 people had declared themselves bankrupt in the March quarter this year.
Wollongong was the worst hit with 26 personal bankruptcies recorded. An extra 10 people had applied for debt help in March, including 22 from Dapto and Port Kembla.
It seems the southern suburbs have done it tough since the end of 2013 as total debt figures show an increase in the past six months.
Just seven people in Dapto and Port Kembla had filed for bankruptcy in the December quarter 2013, while personal insolvency jumped from 20 to 41 residents in the June quarter this year.
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You taught them how to tie their shoes and how to ride a bike. Now that they are heading off to college, you can teach your children the ABCs of money management.
The most important skill you can teach your child regarding money is how to create a spending plan and stick to it.
Whether your child receives money from scholarships, student loans, summer jobs or the Bank of Mom and Dad, they need to learn to be good stewards of their money.
Often, college is the first time a child has the responsibility of managing his or her own finances. Without proper planning, a lump sum of money saved for the first semester can easily evaporate before Halloween arrives.
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