How to Start Investing: A Simple Guide for Busy Couples

Want to easily set-up your retirement accounts without having to stress over it? Certified Public Accountant and author Mike Piper shares how index investing can help you achieve your investing goals! Effective and Low Maintenance Investing With retirement seeming so far in the distance and budgets being squeezed. Some couples have postponed or taken a break from investing Investing can […]

How to Talk About Money (without Starting a Fight)

Need to talk about money, but worried about starting a fight? Carl Richards and I share easy ice breakers and conversation starters to help and your spouse get on the same page with money! How to Talk to Your Spouse About Money While it makes for good TV drama, finding out your spouse has been […]

Early Retirement: Big Win from Tiny Habits?

Can you really have big wins from changing tiny, but key habits? Learn the critical key steps Chris Reining took to retire at 37! Big Wins Through Tiny Habits Going for the big wins is smart. Too many times, though, those big wins mean big changes and for most, it’s enough not to move. But what […]

How One Couple Paid Off Their Mortgage in Less Than 5 Years

Want to be completely debt free, including your house? Find out the key changes one couple made to pay off their mortgage in less than five years!  Pay Your Mortgage Off Faster What would you do if you owed your home free and clear like Andy does now? With no mortgage payment what options would open […]

Getting Rid of $52,000 of Debt

Frustrated with your credit card, car payments, and student loans? Learn how you two can come together to dump your debt faster and retire early!  Imagine you’re recently married, have two condos, a brand new car and a whole life together that’s about to take off. On the surface everything looks great but what happens when […]

The One Date That All Couples Should Do on a Regular Basis

Trying to get on the same page with your finances? Learn how money dates work to help you two work as ateam on your big financial goals while having fun! One of the easiest ways you two can connect with your finances while having fun is having regular money dates. What are Money Dates? No, […]

How to Control Your Spending Habits

I love a good money challenge. I find them a fun way to push and hold yourself accountable. We’ve used them to also keep us motivated when we were paying off our debt, saving for a vacation, or find creative date night ideas. Honestly saving money just to save money can get old. A challenge can […]

5 Biggest Myths Around Financial Independence and Parenthood

Can parents pursue financial independence with kids at home? Today we’ll go over the five biggest myths and show how to enjoy parenthood and FI! Are Financial Independence and Parenthood Compatible? Even before we were familiar with the term financial independence, we were intrigued about this idea of gaining flexibility and freedom. When we were […]