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Use Your Mind to Increase Savings by 73%

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Mar 28, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Have you ever really, really wanted something but then sloughed it off because the likelihood of saving the money to achieve it was super low? You may have just thrown away the possible.  How could I know this? For two reasons: research and client experience.

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Topics: Retailer Psychology, Money Habits, reduce debt, divorce document preparation, marriage, money coach, financial therapist, financial wellness, financial freedom

Are You Committing Financial Infidelity? You May be Surprised

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Mar 10, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Infidelity is a sizzling topic, and Financial Infidelity is new on the scenes. According to the research Financial Infidelity in Couple Relationships 2018 by Jeanfreau, Noguchi, Mong and Stadthagen, 27% of people admit to keeping a secret from their partner but 53% do keep a secret from their partner. Are they lying? OR, is what they’re doing just not considered infidelity in their minds?

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Topics: Retailer Psychology, Money Habits, reduce debt, divorce document preparation, marriage, money coach, financial therapist, financial wellness, financial freedom

4 Ways to Take Control of Your Over Shopping NOW

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Feb 25, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Do you impulsively shop…a lot? Do you use it for self-soothing, escape, or quality time with someone? The reason why you over shop is unique to you. How it impacts your life as you spiral out of control falls into several patterns that look like this:

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Topics: Retailer Psychology, Money Habits, reduce debt, divorce document preparation, marriage, money coach, financial therapist, financial wellness, financial freedom

Divorce Series Part 4: Start 3 Months BEFORE You Start the Divorce Process

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Aug 27, 2018 10:00:00 AM

If you decide to initiate the divorce process, take the time to research all your finances thoroughly. Once your intent to divorce is verbalized, the emotional roller coaster begins. Hopefully it doesn’t include the hiding of assets or deceitful misrepresentation. 

Even if you don’t understand what you’re looking at, finding information can be very helpful for you.  Your lawyer and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst will know what to do with it all.

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Topics: divorce, how to divorce, divorce document preparation, divorce preparation checklist

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