6 Ways to Make Living at Home Work for Your Financial Situation

ST_2016.05.24_young-adults-living-01.pngFor the first time in 130 years, adults age 18-34 are more likely to be living at their parents’ home than in their own home with a spouse or partner. The margin is only 32.1 percent to 31.6, but we haven’t been in this position for a long time. Men are more likely to be at home 35 to 28 percent of the time, while women are currently living more on their own at 35 to 29 percent.

If you’re now back at home, take advantage of your time by preparing for the day when you will be able to leave in good financial standing.

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7 Ways to Save for a Vacation

vacation-fund.jpgDo you feel like it’s time to take a vacation? Now is always a good time, but what we really want to know is “Have you been budgeting for it?”

Being able to enjoy a trip to some exotic locale or the cabin down the road is much easier when you’re not worried about where the money is coming from or juggling credit cards for all the fun you’re trying to have. Read more

Reducing Financial Conflicts for Couples

couple_right_size.jpgMoney is the most frequent topic of disagreement among married couples. Not only is it problematic for couples, but the disagreements are also the most-heated, less easily resolved and longest lasting of their relationship.

There are many reasons why this is so difficult for the average couple. Today we will focus on one solution that can help your situation  involvement. Family strengths research has found that when couples work together as a team they can weather financial and relational storms.

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Sink Your Teeth Into the Dojo Video Library

No matter where you are in your financial journey, we’re committed to helping you learn what you need to know in order to achieve your financial goals. This month, we’re highlighting a smattering of topics. Start with one or two of these videos, and then take a deeper dive into our vast resource library!

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7 Things to Learn from Your Credit Report

old-credit-report-680x430.jpgEach year you can receive a free credit report from each of the credit bureaus. If you can’t remember the last time you peeked at your report then it might be time to take a look at the current state of your credit.

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