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Female Entrepreneurs and the Gender Pay Gap

Nearly 63 percent of women financed their businesses from their own savings... why is that? Women have been starting new businesses at record highs since just twenty years ago. According to the Census Bureau, 40% of businesses in the U.S. are female owned. This is incredible news being a female entrepreneur myself! When it comes… Continue reading Female Entrepreneurs and the Gender Pay Gap

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Minorities & Money: Addressing the Wealth Gap (NEW EPISODE)

Money has always been a taboo subject and too many people become uncomfortable when we talk about it. Finances can be stressful, but the only way we can make a change is by knowing what we are facing. For decades, America has faced a wealth gap amongst the different groups of people that call this… Continue reading Minorities & Money: Addressing the Wealth Gap (NEW EPISODE)

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The Pandemic and its Effects on the Housing Market: How to Become a Homeowner in 2021

The pandemic has created a storm in almost every industry possible, and the housing market was no exception. In February, the inventory of homes for sale dropped 48% throughout the U.S. The demand has spiked to a point that it is making the homebuying process very competitive for buyers. By saying the market is competitive… Continue reading The Pandemic and its Effects on the Housing Market: How to Become a Homeowner in 2021

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Credit and Covid

How do you keep your credit score consistent while dealing with the financial side effects of this pandemic? The Coronavirus pandemic has not just affected many physically and mentally, but it has drastically affected our financial lives. When it comes to credit, making decisions on what to pay and what not to pay are crucial.… Continue reading Credit and Covid

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The 411 on Health Insurance

Check out one of our latest Two Sense Money Podcast episodes! We talk about the importance of Health Insurance, what some of your options are, and how to make an informed decision during your next open-enrollment period. https://open.spotify.com/episode/5nk8HD5Hxj6ZL9MLXAxXuG?si=6UJ3qgLAQWisUIsMvkV0Jw Make sure to listen for new episodes available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google, and more!

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Five Ways to Make Your Tax Refund Work For You

Over the past few weeks I've received a ton of questions on tax refunds and what are some ways to utilize that money. I'm going to discuss in this article, my top five ways you can use your refund money. But before we jump into that, let's discuss a few things about tax refunds overall.… Continue reading Five Ways to Make Your Tax Refund Work For You

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Valentine’s Day Savings Challenge

According to Business Insider, the average American spends nearly $160 on Valentine's Day. What could you do with $160 right now? Try our Valentine's Day Savings Challenge to jump start your savings goals today!

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Recovering From Holiday Debt

6 ways to get yourself back on track Are your credit card balances from holiday shopping overwhelming you? Do you find yourself stressing over how you will payoff your credit cards? If holiday debt is stressing you out, or if you are just simply looking for ways to pay it down, here are six ways… Continue reading Recovering From Holiday Debt