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 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 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 May 16th, 2012

Did you know that your spiritual life has an impact on your finances. Please realize from the outset that I am not making any judgments for what people believe here. But I would like to point out some important things and give some ideas for how you can improve your spiritual life in such a [...]

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iMoneyCoach on February 14th, 2012

I have been doing a lot of thinking lately about how much financial coaching is similar to personal training. And this similarity shows up  in both good and bad ways. Both are things that are very useful for people and can make their lives much better. A financial coach can help you straighten out your [...]

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