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healthy living habits

HSA accounts, short for health savings accounts, are a type of tax-advantaged savings account used to save money on medical costs. If you have a qualifying high-deductible health plan (HDHP), you can sign up for an HSA account and contribute to save big on your taxes. If you don’t know what HSA accounts are or how […]

how much taxes

In the world of finance, there is always a debate about whether or not you should DIY your taxes. And as with all things finance, the answer is always “It depends.” (I know, don’t you hate that?) I can tell you that I have not done my own taxes in years. However, I did DIY […]

Automate Your Finances

Entrepreneurship is a demanding gig. About 19 percent of business owners work more than 60 hours per week. Also, 82 percent work more than the standard 40 hours a week. On top of other responsibilities, including eating, sleeping, and spending time with the family, there’s not much time to manage your personal finances. However, every […]

how to save more money

Primary schools in the United States rarely teach anything about personal finance, but those are core skills everyone needs to get through life. If you are a parent of a high school student or a high schooler yourself, ensuring these skills are well understood and engrained will help any young person better succeed in personal […]

Product Pricing

In my group coaching program, part of what I help students do is come up with a core offering. Once they have their one core offering, then they are encouraged to create offerings at different price points. There are several reasons why you want to consider creating products and services at different price points, but […]

money habits

Debt continues to be a problem among Americans of all ages and walks of life. In 2017, the total consumer debt among Americans rose 8.8 percent, to $3.827 trillion, setting a new record. The average household has a credit card balance of $15,654, and with total debts (including mortgages) of $131,431. With numbers consistently growing […]

Budgeting TIps

Let’s face it — budgeting when you have regular income is straightforward. You have a steady paycheck coming in at least bi-weekly that you can allocate to your bills, savings, debt, and investments. Variable income is another animal. Payments come in at different times and they can even come in months late. It can be […]

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