Money Talk with Coach Fe


“Be Intentional” with Your Money

One great key to financial sucess is “Being Intentional”. Our lives are molded by the way we think and what we do.  Before you can take action or make an important decision that may change your quality of life, you first must consider your goals and aspirations.  A...

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Easy Steps to Maintain Your Credit

A good credit score can help you save money, enjoy low interest rates on credit cards and loans, and help you find lower premiums on insurance. Your attitude in managing your credit will determine how you can maintain your credit score. Responsibility and...

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What Is A Good Credit Score?

If you are a consumer then you know what a credit score is.  A credit score is based on a consumer’s credit history.  It evaluates how a person is credit worthy.  It provides information that determines if an individual is financially responsible with managing...

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Top 5 Negative Credit Items

Maintaining a good credit score means understanding how the credit reporting system works and how it can affect your credit history in the long term. It is important to obtain a copy of your credit report yearly or monthly. This will allow you to review the details...

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5 Credit Myths You Should Never Believe

What you don't know about credit scores can cost you — big time.  Poor financial knowledge of how credit works can hurt you for years, especially if you don't understand what helps and hinders your creditworthiness. The following are the top 5 credit myths you should...

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It’s an Emergency Are You Ready for It?

With natural disasters ravaging the United States right now, it has put some things into perspective. First, I thanked god, and my lucky stars for having such a beautiful family. Then I thought about all of those poor families who are living in limbo, because their...

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Is Money Burning a Hole in your Pocket?

Have you ever known anyone who couldn’t keep a dollar in their pocket to save their life? Maybe their money was burning a hole in their pockets or maybe they just didn’t have enough discipline to save.  According to a survey conducted by GoBankingRates, 45% of...

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