Archive for category: Credit cards

Women: What’s your score?

Women:  What’s your score?

What I’m about to discuss is important for everyone. However, this post is addressed to women in particular for one key reason: We tend to be more financially vulnerable. In case you haven’t guessed it yet, I’m talking about your Credit Score, otherwise known as your Beacon score. Let’s look […]

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Tackle debt or save money – Which is better?

Tackle debt or save money – Which is better?

Every week I hear from clients who are in the following situation (or some variation thereof): They have a chunk of money set aside as savings and they’re adding to the pot every month. The problem is that they also have debt and they wonder if they should continue to […]

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Parents: Passing on bad habits to your kids?

Parents: Passing on bad habits to your kids?

I just attended a presentation by Kevin Cochrane, co-founder of enRiched Academy, an organization that has created a program to teach teenagers and 20-somethings how to manage credit, avoid debt and build wealth. Why did they do that? Because an astonishing number of kids and early adults create a deep […]

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