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Nov 30, 2017

Scott and Bethany Palmer have a combined 50 years of experience working with couples and money. They on a mission to reduce the divorce rate by helping couples work through the fights and stress caused by money.

We talk about money personalities. Knowing yours and learning how to relate to someone with a different money personality just might save your marriage.

Don't fall into this category: 70% of couples divorce due to money fights.

Working efficiently with your spouse where money is concerned in a learned skill. The Money Couple has tips to get back on the same page.

Nov 23, 2017

Maarten Van Lier makes his home in Milwaukee, but he traveled from the Netherlands to find the American Dream. In 2000, Maarten’s co-worker made a side comment that started the ball rolling on Maarten’s 13-year journey to millionaire status. This mild-mannered, salaried employee & his wife drew a line in the sand. They wanted to be millionaires in 10 years and he joins us today to describe exactly how they did it.

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Disclaimer: Maarten Van Lier is not a financial advisor or expert. All information provided is based on his specific situation and offered for information and motivational purposes only. You should seek advice from a licensed investment professional for custom feedback on your specific situation.

Nov 16, 2017

I sat down with Jamila Suffront of Journey to Launch and Aja McClanahan or Principles of Increase initially at FinCon, but I needed to re-connect with these women on a mission to learn more about their intentional plans to reach financial independence. We discuss:

  • How they became aware of intentional financial independence
  • The mindset needed to make FIRE a realistic goal
  • What changes are needed in the black community to make FIRE take hold and change the project wealth trends on the horizon

Links to all resources are available at DebtFreeDivas.org

Nov 9, 2017

Tanya Van Court lost millions in the stock market when the Dot Com Bubble in 2001. This engineer with two degrees tells how she was too embarrassed to admit she needed financial help.

When her 9 year old asked for help to get a investment account, Tanya decided to help other children develop similar goals.

She turned a devastating financial experience into an app that helps parents raise money smart children. GoalSetter.co teaches children to save for priorities and redirects parents (and loved ones)out of the guilt trap of over-giving. Teaching youngsters the healthy habits - early - of goal setting and working towards that goal are lessons that will take them far. This new app provides a platform to help you raise money smart children.

Nov 2, 2017

Whitney Hansen shares an amazing story of knocking out a financial goal. She paid off $30,000 10 months after graduating from college - without parental help.

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