Fortunately, when I was younger I was taught some good money management skills. A single parent, my mom worked hard to make ends meet and often sat with my sister and I to show us how she wrote checks to pay bills and how to manage a checkbook. She taught me that debt was not [...]

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iMoneyCoach on March 17th, 2013

Losing money is never fun, but losing money through identity theft is particularly unpleasant. At iMoneyCoach we are not doomsayers,  nor do we want to scare anybody into action. But we do feel responsible to encourage you to be alert and to be aware of things you can do to protect your finances. The best way [...]

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iMoneyCoach on January 4th, 2013

You should review your Will and estate planning documents periodically to determine whether or not you need to make changes or if recent events would have an impact on your estate plan. This is important not only because it can affect how you direct your finances now (i.e. do you sell your house and downsize [...]

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iMoneyCoach on December 5th, 2012

How many times have you heard that you should be putting aside at least $50 or $100 a month into your savings account? And how many times have you been frustrated, either thinking that there is no way you can come up with that much or wondering if it should be a savings account or [...]

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iMoneyCoach on November 21st, 2012

For years we at iMoneyCoach have helped people face-to-face in dealing with the issues in their lives that cause money troubles. And we have taught them how to get out of debt, how to budget successfully, how to live a life of balance where the different areas of their lives are actually helping their finances [...]

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