Don't waste your Tax-refund!! 4-steps to Using it the savvy way.

Don't waste your Tax-refund!! 4-steps to Using it the savvy way.

Hey friends! Enjoy this video training from my private FB group "Get my Money Organized". 

Tax Refunds can be exciting! There can also be a lot of pressure to get the most out of this once-a-year Windfall from Uncle Sam. 

I outline 4-steps to make sure you are Wisely dividing up that money to get you the biggest bang for your buck!

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Want to never be afraid of your budget again? Try this.

Want to never be afraid of your budget again? Try this.

Recently I sat down with my numbers and took a long, hard look at what they were telling me.

And when I say “numbers” I’m specifically referring to my financial numbers. You know, those digits that follow dollar signs?

I know for most people on the planet those kinds of numbers can be scarier than a toddler with peanut butter fingers running amok in your house. Especially if you tend to ignore them most of the time.

For me, the panic I felt was a result of ignoring it for too long. When I finally dig into the details I worry that I might uncover a smelly, rotten, slimy mess.

Dipping into your Emergency Fund too often? This might be Why...

Dipping into your Emergency Fund too often? This might be Why...

Every financial guru on the planet says the same thing: Build an Emergency Fund.

And we all know we need to. It just makes common sense.

But is your emergency fund functioning like it should?

Or do you dip into it over and over throughout the year? Do you feel like you spend all your Goal-striving energy on just replenishing the pot?

If you answered 'Yes' to the second question, then it sounds like your emergency fund is functioning more like a part of your operating fund.

3 Major reasons women feel stupid about $$, and what to do about it.

3 Major reasons women feel stupid about $$, and what to do about it.

Do you ever have the feeling that you’re fumbling with your family’s finances?

That you should know what to do Next even though you’re confused about all the advice out there?

Or maybe that your way of managing isn’t the best?

 

In nearly every conversation I have about money, women are consistently reluctant to say anything.

And with my closest friends, those that won’t shun me forever for being nosy, I’ve learned that it’s usually because they feel self-conscious about the way they manage. They worry that they’re not as savvy as they could be.

They feel pressured to have it all together or all figured out. And they just aren’t there yet.

And there are three very good reasons why women may feel this way.

 

Stupid Reason #1

Women undervalue their knowledge & experience compared with men.