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Making a Six-Figure Income Does Not Mean You Don’t Face Money Troubles

When your cash flow is strong, it’s easy to skate along without paying much attention to how your monthly income and spending bounce around. As long as the checking account looks good, you’re good—until you’re not, because an unexpected expense or drop in income, perhaps at the same time, makes what seemed a perfectly fine …

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How Much Do We Need to Save For a Baby?

Having a baby girl has been a wonderful blessing for us. As we’re settling into her 3rd month, we’re constantly surprised at how quickly she’s growing. When we found out we were expecting, my husband and I decided that we were going to set aside some money to cover baby expenses. If you’re in the …

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National Debt Relief Shares An Easy Budgeting Technique

Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 11, 2015 National Debt Relief recently shared in an article published April 2, 2015 how consumers who hate budgeting can deal with it in the simplest way possible. The article titled “Budgeting For People Who Hate Budgeting” aims to share a budgeting technique so simple that people who hate it and …

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I’m Willing to Radically Change My Finances to Payoff My Student Loans

“Dear Steve, Where to start? I’m a 28 year old married male and am a manager for a private equity portfolio company. My financial stats are as follows: Gross Household Income: $180,000 Private student loan debt (Husband only): $155,000 Public student loan debt (combined): $52,000 Mortgage Debt: $240,000 We currently own our house which is …

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New Baby, Personal Debt, Business Debt and Need a Plan to Get Out of Debt. – Matt

“Dear Steve, I have personal debt and business debt. My wife and I both have leased cars. We are 28 years old, rent a condo, and have a storage unit. We just had a baby. She makes about 45,000 p/year and I make about 25,000 p/year. (my business isn’t doing well) My credit score is …

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How Can I Stop My Husband From Spending Money We Don’t Have? – Marie

“Dear Steve, I was an asst. director at a computer company for 4 years of the 10 years I worked ( I am a medical laboratory tech by trade) at this company. When I quit to be a full-time mom (and follow my husband as he did contract work as a nurse anesthetist) I was …

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Our Budget is Sound But We Have Nothing Left to Pay Off Debt! – Sarah

Dear Steve, So debt is my problem…I have read up to the chapter in your book where I can begin to creating action plans…I created my budget…here’s my situation…my husband and I have incured about 24,000 in credit card debt (he was laid off for about two years before regaining full time permanent employment — …

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