When people don’t see eye-to-eye on finances, the tension can eat away at their relationship. Improve your relationships by being proactive. Taking the time to find common ground with your finances can help you grow stronger and closer. Furthermore, communicating with your family about finances (e.g. how to approach money and stick to a common budget) can enable you to celebrate together, knowing that each of you had a part in meeting your goals.
Action Step: Talk with your spouse or significant other about financial goals, where they fit in your budget, and how you can work together to accomplish them. Communicating and joining forces can help you reach your goals quicker; plus, it is easier to side-step the 5-star restaurant and eat at home, if you both decide that money is better spent on a much needed vacation or your child’s education.
Did you know your spouse is welcome to join your consultations with a Money Coach? In fact, many couples have stated that their Money Coach made them “stronger as individuals and as a couple” and helped them become a “financial team.” Work on improving your relationship and your finances by calling 888-724-2326 to schedule a consultation with your Coach and your spouse.
Even if you think you’re okay with money, a Money Coach can help you turn good finances into even better finances. Take a few tips from Suzie’s experience and improve your own money management. Even though Suzie felt she had her finances under control, she thought it best to double check with a professional. As […]
Putting together a successful spending plan isn’t just about making the numbers work. The process must also acknowledge the feelings and potential conflict that may arise when an individual, couple or family make significant lifestyle decisions that involve others. A spending plan is most effective when everyone involved understands and is committed to its success. […]
The My Secure Advantage Financial Wellness program (MSA) strives to help people improve the one thing that affects practically every part of life – finances. Here are the top five reasons why using MSA can be one of the best decisions you ever make. 1. Your health depends on it. One of the top stressors […]
Did you know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month? Given that many people worry about finances, it is no surprise that there is a link between financial well-being, mental health, and overall well-being. Seeking help for mental health issues and getting help with finances when needed can improve overall well-being. Budgeting, debt management, and […]