iMoneyCoach on September 20th, 2011

Though it is a common belief that money is the leading cause of divorce, money itself isn’t the actual problem… Through years of working with clients facing money issues, we have discovered that many of their “money problems” could be avoided or fixed by taking steps to create clear communication lines, understanding each other’s background [...]

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iMoneyCoach on July 6th, 2011

Blog 5 in my series on improving your life in order to improve your finances focuses on your relationship with your children. The way you interact with your kids can have a lasting impact on both your finances and their own. If you have a stronger relationship with your child you can more easily teach [...]

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iMoneyCoach on June 29th, 2011

Ah money and marriage. I’ve started this series on how you can improve the different areas of your life and thus greatly improve your finances. And today’s topic is marriage. I know this can be a tricky one. They say the leading cause of divorce is money, and in a nation where 50% of all [...]

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iMoneyCoach on June 22nd, 2011

So the last couple of blogs in this series have focused on how to improve your personal life so you can see success in your finances. We’re going to switch gears this week and start talking about how improving your relationships can help your finances. Remember what I said before that we often use money [...]

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 They say that money problems are the leading cause of divorce these days. While many couples argue about money, money itself may not be the issue. Everything in your life affects your finances. This is one of the key concepts of iMoneyCoach. One thing that we encourage our clients to do is to sit down [...]

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