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099 Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast-Get Rid Of Your Debt Fast

November 22, 2012

099 Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast-Get Rid Of Your Debt Fast Click Play Below In this episode of the Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast, we discuss the Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey.  We take a look at Chapter 7: “The Debt Snowball: Lose Weight Fast, Really.” 2 Ways to contact us and get your […]

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Our Financial Goals

June 9, 2011

Updated January 2012: See Below Every year, Mandy and I do financial goals. Basically, we make a list of things we want or need to do with money above and beyond our “normal” budget items. That’s one of the best things about being debt free: we have “extra” money that we don’t have to send […]

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Riding Out the Storm (In a Restaurant)

May 26, 2011

Mandy and I and our three girls had an extremely interesting trip to the St Louis Zoo this week. It has kind of become an annual trip for us in the Spring. This year is one we won’t soon forget. When we started driving in the Explorer to head home from the zoo, it had […]

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027 Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast- Feeling Safe and Secure With Your Money

March 30, 2011

027 Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast- Feeling Safe and Secure With Your Money Click Play Below or Right-Click Here to Download In this episode of the Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast, we continue discussing the book Smart Couples Finish Rich by David Bach. We discuss step 6 (chapter 6) entitled “The Security Basket”. Things happen […]

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You Need An Emergency Fund

March 25, 2011

What happens when your transmission goes out on your car?  What about the furnace in your house?  How do you pay for those emergencies?  Unfortunately, for most people in the United States, credit cards are your emergency fund.  Most people rack up credit card debt due to emergencies.  I have a better plan: build an […]

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