It Takes Time

A word of warning: getting your financial house in order takes far more time than you expect. 

That doesn’t mean you should avoid it.

While everyone wants to put a dollar value on their time, the benefits of understanding these numbers will outweigh any dollar value you might lose by accurately understanding your true worth.

Moving your investments around so they’re in the right vehicles, invested in the right funds with low fees will provide you comfort knowing you secured future income.

If you’re not trying to beat the market, then all of this can be done…

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Money Secrets

If you’re whispering under your breath about your spouse’s spending, something is wrong.

If you’re afraid to talk to your spouse about a your growing credit card debt, something is wrong.

If you don’t know, generally, how much your spouse makes in a year, something is wrong.

If you don’t know, generally, how much your spouse spends in a year, something is wrong.

If you don’t explain your money qualms…

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Sharing With Your Significant Other

If you can’t discuss your financials with your significant other (SO), ask yourself why.

Does it have to do with how your parents viewed money, never discussing it? That’s a shame; don’t be like them. Break the cycle and discuss it with your SO.

Does it have to do with fear you will disappoint her? If she really loves you, then there’s no reason you can’t share your financial truth. Break the cycle and discuss it with your SO.

Are you afraid of what he might think…

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