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Spending Our Values

Make Money Go Farther by Spending Our Values

The average American family of four can survive on $35,000 a year. It's not easy and it certainly not fun, but you can get by.

In this webinar I demonstrate how my signature process will cause you to re-think your priorities and come to term with your true self - and the values of your spouse or partner too!

Watch the video now for only $5 (lifetime access)

Mr. Joshua Brown joins me in a discussion that shows there is nothing evil about money and how we, as people of faith, have a responsibility to manage it well

  • Is it OK to spend our money on lavish things? <4 min mark>
  • What does the Bible say about mortgages? <10 min mark>
  • Debt is not a sin <13 min mark>
  • Is it OK not to tithe while in debt? <23 min mark>
  • When does money become the root of all evil? <33 min mark>
  • Easy-to-find information on Biblical finance <51 min mark>

Join a room of 7th graders as we walk through the flow of money:

  • A COMPANY hires an EMPLOYEE
  • The EMPLOYEE earns a PAYCHECK/PAYCARD
  • The PAYCHECK is used to buy things from a COMPANY
  • and the flow of money comes full circle

Finally, we walk through an example of EXPONENTIAL GROWTH and compound interest

To download the course outline and example sheets click here

YNAB vs DAVE RAMSEY'S EVERYDOLLAR BUDGET

  • The cost
  • The differences
  • The benefits

Join me, Kristl Yuen and Steve Mudie as we discuss the benefits of premium budgeting software, why we love You Need A Budget (YNAB), and the benefits of Dave Ramsey's new EveryDollar budget.

HAVING FUN WITH FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH

  • Are you a safe online shopper?
  • Do you play the Credit Game?
  • Can you pass the Debt Test?

Join me, Mark Deal, Keith Bunn, and eCredable's Cutch Moore as we answer these questions that make you think about your money and how to promote Financial Literacy

WHICH IS BIGGER: DEBT SNOWBALL OR DEBT AVALANCHE?

WHICH IS BIGGER: DEBT SNOWBALL OR DEBT AVALANCHE?

THE BASICS OF RETIREMENT

Scott Maderer and I discuss the basics of retirement

...and we spend quite a bit of time discussing differences between ROTH and Traditional IRAs

Note: Retirement planning doesn't have to be difficult. I share a simple DIY way to save for retirement but also think you should meet with a competent Financial Planner

Note: The price has dropped to $25.

My signature budget coaching course is the only one that:

  • Forces spouses to communicate about their money in a productive way
  • Helps identify the true priorities (and dreams) in life
  • Works for people with a variable, fluctuating income
  • Want to make every penny count towards their biggest goal

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