090: Finances: Talking With Children About Finances

Next to the birds and the bees topic, the scariest thing to talk to your kids about is money. Learn how to make it easy in today’s podcast. You can get the full show notes by subscribing to our newsletter at http://www.organizedfamily.co/. Not only will you get the show notes, but you will also get […]

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088: Finances: Estate Planning

Contrary to popular opinions, estate planning is not just for old people! This week we discuss why it’s important to have an estate plan even as a young couple and how you can get started. Please follow and like us:

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056: Finances: Recap

This month we reach the 1-year mark for the podcast. Because of that, we decided to do a recap of the year by topic. This week is the review of the finance category. You can get the full show notes by subscribing to our newsletter at http://www.organizedfamily.co/. Not only will you get the show notes, […]

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045: Finance: Back To School

In this episode, we discuss how to manage your back to school preparations. You can get the full show notes by subscribing to our newsletter at http://www.organizedfamily.co/. Not only will you get the show notes, but you will also get access to tools that can help you organized trips, have more meaningful conversations at the […]

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037: Home: Finance: Getting Rid of Stuff

Topics One way to save money is to Own Less Stuff. De-junk your home regularly and donate it or sell it. If you don’t need it, don’t buy it. Before buying something make sure you will have a home for it when you take it home. Focus on experiences rather than things. De-junk your home […]

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027: Finances: Monthly Budget Meetings

Topics How Mitchells started Different Budgeting Personalities Dave Ramsey Monthly Budget Meeting Rules Extra Tips How Mitchells Started Mitchells took a Dave Ramsey class several years ago called “Financial Peace University” sponsored by Zion’s Bank in their community. As part of that course, participants had a homework assignment to set a realistic budget where every […]

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023: Finance: Batch Processing

Topics What is batch processing? When is it useful? How it helps What is batch processing? When you have several tasks to do, you lump them all together and take care of them all at the same time. When is it useful? An example might be when you have bills to pay or receipts to […]

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019: Kids: Teaching Children About Money

Talking about money is not dirty. Have you ever been asked by your kids if you are rich or poor? Talking to your children about money matters facing the family can sometimes be challenging. In some cases, you don’t want to share too much in case they accidentally share it with the neighborhood. But keeping […]

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015: Finances: Needs Vs Wants

In this episode we experiment a bit with the format of the show and instead of giving you the outline at the beginning, we start with a quote that illustrates the essence of needs vs wants and then jump right into the topic. We doubt this will stick as a format, but we just wanted […]

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