Using an Accountant to Help You

By Family Money Coaching | Mar 27, 2017

It’s almost tax time. It’s creeping up awfully fast. Even though I’m a money person, I don’t do taxes. I hire an accountant to work up the numbers and then I review. It makes me happy not having to worry about multi-state returns, rental house, K-1’s, self employment taxes, and adoption credits. I fill out… Read More

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Budgeting Is A Swear Word

By Family Money Coaching | Feb 26, 2017

I was asked to be on an expert panel for the Family Resource Agency Parent Training meeting. They asked me to speak on Budgeting. I know that’s a familiar word that most people use, but I hate that word. I prefer Spending Plan. I like to know that I can spend money, as long as… Read More

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Practice What You Preach

By Family Money Coaching | Feb 11, 2017

This last week I told my husband that we needed to practice some self control for the next 45 days. That means no “extra” shopping on Amazon or “I want” purchases. We were going to focus on the “needs”. So, fast forward 3 days. I was out with the kids and I thought, I don’t… Read More

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Date Night

By Family Money Coaching | Feb 3, 2017

I knew Date Night was important, but I didn’t realize how important until we had 3 little ones under age 4. I remember my husband coming home from work one day and I said, WE NEED TO GO ON A DATE!!!! I was about to pull my hair out from all the crying and screaming.… Read More

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Daydreaming Your Way to Reality

By Family Money Coaching | Dec 30, 2016

I’m a dreamer. It can be a strength and a weakness. I daydreamed my way through high school. I guess I always wanted something that I didn’t have or I imagined the life that I wanted to have. There were no real plans, just dreams. I wanted to get married and I dreamed that my… Read More

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Preparing Financially For Next Christmas

By Family Money Coaching | Dec 24, 2016

This is the excerpt for your very first post.

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