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3 Signs You May Have An Unhealthy Relationship With Money

When it comes to finances, in order to make any changes to our situation, we need to reflect on our relationship with money. Just like going on a diet, we take time to re-evaluate what we eat and compare it to what we should be eating. Money should not be any different when it comes… Continue reading 3 Signs You May Have An Unhealthy Relationship With Money

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Let’s Talk Inflation

You've probably heard a lot about inflation over the recent months, but do you completely understand how it affects your wallet?┬áIn a recent article from CNBC, the inflation rate for the month of November was 6.8%. When we take a look at the Federal Reserve's predicted rate of inflation, it usually is around 2-3%. The… Continue reading Let’s Talk Inflation

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Redemption: Making a Financial Comeback

Redemption. Revival. Comeback. The Gaff family lost everything imaginable in a wildfire just five years ago. Now in 2021, they share a few effective financial tips that helped get their family back on their feet and move forward. Source: WJHL News 11 Station-Tennessee When I think of a redemption, I envision a movie that involves… Continue reading Redemption: Making a Financial Comeback

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Millionaires Gone Broke- Knockout Edition

Many athletes and celebrities become millionaires in just a few short years of getting into their perspective industries... but what if I told you that sometimes, their millions couldn't even save them from financial duress? Welcome to the "Millionaires Gone Broke-Knockout Edition". In this episode, we take a stroll down memory lane and discuss two… Continue reading Millionaires Gone Broke- Knockout Edition

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Millionaires Gone Broke-Part 1

Check out our latest episode available on all platforms Have you ever wondered why millionaires go broke? On the Two Sense Money Podcast's Season 2 premiere, we take a deep dive into ex-NFL player Warren Sapp and what caused his financial troubles throughout his career and beyond. We will be airing Part 2 next week… Continue reading Millionaires Gone Broke-Part 1

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Debt Consolidation- Is it worth it?

Did you know that 88% of those who do debt consolidation actually end up racking up more debt or do not change their spending behaviors? If you really let that statistic sink in, that means that nearly 9 out of 10 people who consolidate their debt, whether balance transfer or loan, end up failing. If… Continue reading Debt Consolidation- Is it worth it?

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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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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

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Is money on your mind daily?

Many professionals say that a lot of Americans are losing sleep daily due to their financial concerns. If this sounds all too familiar, you are not alone. There is a relationship between financial stress and work performance as well. Money is not something to take lightly since we do need it to survive. I have… Continue reading Is money on your mind daily?