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Growing Your Money Mindsets, Confidence, and Bank Accounts

by Tracy Latona This is often the biggest money fear. And it doesn’t matter your age. It’s the fear of not having enough in retirement. That the money will run out, or you’ll never be able to stop working. When…
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How my client’s job loss ACCELERATED their path to being debt free

by Angie Carlson | Imagine losing your job… Reviewing all of your financial information… And seeing MORE money than you had before. This happened to one of my clients. How is that possible? Well, let me share a little bit…
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Are you both clock blockers?

by Angie Carlson | Clock blockers delay decisions, blocking their progress on what they know. How does clock blocking show up in your financial decisions? You both said you’d talk about money once you were married. You blink, and you’re…
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Life Insurance for Solopreneurs

Amy Greene interviews Steve Kobrin: Life Insurance for Solopreneurs How life insurance can be used in your business to protect yourself, your clients, and your family
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Is THIS financial decision costing you MILLIONS?

by Angie Carlson | 77% of households who find themselves in this situation have NO CLUE it’s costing them that much. And that decision is… Financing items today on monthly payments that follow you for years.  My client, H, has…
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Growing Your Money Mindsets, Confidence, and Bank Accounts

by Tracy Latona | What if I were to tell you that there was a LIFE HACK that got you out of debt or grew your savings account on average 4x faster than what you’ve tried so far on your…
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What You Both Deserve

by Angie Carlson | Gone backwards on your financial journey?  This post is for you. You were 100% debt free – house and everything. And now, each of you feel like that work was for nothing. That life event happened,…
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POV: Even though you’re making the most money you ever had, your debt is increasing accordingly.

Angie Carlson | Before your spouse took that promotion, you both ran out the numbers and saw you should have thousands of dollars left over. You started to see the light at the end of the tunnel. But months later,…
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You won’t view $10 the same way after reading this.

Angie Carlson | “But Angie, finding an extra $10 to put towards my debt doesn’t really change anything.” I’m not surprised that you are thinking this, because I did too. Because we’ve been conditioned to think spending $10 isn’t a…
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