Where do you want your kids to learn about life and being successful? Where do you want them to get their definition of success? I have learned in recent years that I do not want my kids to define success the way the world around them does. Everywhere you look “success” seems to mean having [...]

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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 [...]

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iMoneyCoach on July 25th, 2012

At iMoneyCoach we are big supporters of people teaching their kids about money early. The earlier you can get it into their hands, the more time you have to teach them how to be successful with it. That doesn’t mean you are going to create a money-grubbing little monster (I have 2 small children, believe [...]

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iMoneyCoach on May 23rd, 2012

If you have followed the iMoneyCoach blog for any length of time, you know that we talk about how the different areas of your life are tied to your finances. When we struggle with an area, it is a natural tendency to throw money at a problem like a band-aid. Unfortunately that often either doesn’t [...]

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iMoneyCoach on December 20th, 2011

I have recently come across many couples with differing ideas on how to handle the family budget. Often one spouse is in charge of the budget, paying bills, reconciling accounts…pretty much everything related to the family finances. And the other spouse has little say or control of the money. Some couples choose to have separate [...]

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