iMoneyCoach on November 14th, 2012

No doubt you have heard the phrase “keeping up with the Joneses.” This idiom has been around for decades and it refers to comparing oneself or one’s family to a neighbor or idea of someone who is doing better or keeping up a higher socioeconomic status. When you watch TV these days you have to [...]

Continue reading about Can the Joneses Afford to Keep Up with the Joneses?

It is that time of year when juniors and seniors should be thinking about college. For juniors this means attending college fairs, getting information about colleges, and planning college visits. For seniors it means sending in applications and focusing on the financial pieces of the process. While finances for college differ for every family, from [...]

Continue reading about Financing Your Education – FAFSA, College Scholarships, and Student Loans

iMoneyCoach on September 26th, 2012

If you were to lose your job today would it cause a huge financial disruption? Would it change your lifestyle?   For an overwhelming number of people, the answer to that is “yes.” However, with a little bit of creative thinking you can change that. You may already know people who, in addition to their [...]

Continue reading about Why You Should Have Multiple Streams of Income

iMoneyCoach on September 19th, 2012

Here’s a question for you. Who is in charge of the money? Who pays the bills? Who balances the checkbook? Who knows the login for the bank account online? Many couples will answer that while both are in charge of spending the money, and often both are earning it, one or the other handles the [...]

Continue reading about Who Has the Keys to the Bank Information in Your Home?

iMCGuestAuthor on August 24th, 2012

Understanding Credit for Smart Personal Finance

Continue reading about Understanding Credit for Smart Personal Finance