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I Just Can’t Seem to Stop Spending Money. – Chase


“Dear Steve, Hi, a little about me. I am 29 years old separated from my former fiancé who is also the mother of our 5 yr old awesome daughter. We owned a condo together which I gave her and moved in with my mother :( so I am saving money there but I just can’t seem to stop spending money ... Read More »

    Chapter 2 – What Your Money is Trying to Tell You


    Chapter 2 – What Your Money is Trying to Tell You The truth about money is that money is a thing. The leaves left in your gutters could have more value and worth if we all agreed they do. Money is just paper, metal or virtual credit in a computer. The truth about money is that if you think you ... Read More »

      I Overspent On My Kids Because I Was Depressed and Now I Have a Lot of Debt

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      “Dear Steve, I am a single mom with 2 kids. I live with my children and for a very long time I was not working a full time job. I bought everything extra (clothes for the kids, toys) with my credit cards and I was kind of depressed so I know I bought more than I should have. So $20,000 ... Read More »

        Bryan Says “My Girlfriend and I Spent $60,000 Avoiding Each Other And Now I Can’t Pay”

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        Bryan “Dear Steve, So I’ve managed to go and get myself into about $110k debt (I didn’t throw the $30k of student loan debt into that pile since I don’t see that as bad or ‘stupid’ debt). I make about $100,000 a year, am single and rent. How I got here… well, I’d love to claim medical problems, etc. but ... Read More »

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