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This is a place to discuss all things Personal Finance. We will be discussing getting out of debt, retirement and college investing, best ways to save, etc.. So start a discussion, ask a question, or comment on any of the current discussions.

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Latest Activity: May 16

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The Freedom Guide - How to Achieve Financial Dreams and the Freedom You Desire

Started by Sean Diedel Jan 4. 0 Replies

I'm almost to release my first ebook The Freedom Guide this month. I'm giving it away for free in exchange for a quick email review of it. I've decided to release the entire book in hopes to get some…Continue

Introductions

Started by Roger Benge. Last reply by Scott Burdett Nov 8, 2012. 8 Replies

Hello and welcome to Your Fit Finances.  To help everyone get to know each other a little leave a little note here telling a little about yourself. My name is Roger Benge. Two years ago my wife and I…Continue

How are people getting their Finances Fit?

Started by Leta Muncie. Last reply by Sean Diedel Oct 25, 2012. 4 Replies

I notice most of us are Dave Ramsey fans and applying the baby steps to our lives.  Are any of you using the new FPU kit?  I'm going to start facilitating the new format in two weeks.  I'm excited. …Continue

financial coaching

Started by Keith Smith. Last reply by Leta Muncie Oct 23, 2012. 2 Replies

How can I make money helping broke people? Continue

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Comment by Idan Melamed on June 19, 2013 at 12:37am

Hi,

I started budgeting several years ago and I'm debt free.I work part time in an after school care center and I am now starting a business to help people budget their household and home business finances.

Looking forward to hearing your budgeting stories,
Idan Melamed.
http://simple-budget.com


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Comment by Roger Benge on January 1, 2013 at 2:01pm

Hello everyone.  I must apologize to Dan and to everyone in this group.  I have not be active in "Your Fit Finances", the group that I created.  I am terribly sorry about that.  I plan to change that. One of my goals for 2013 is to be much more active here. Again I'm sorry for not being more active in the past.

Comment by David Creel on January 20, 2012 at 11:59am

hi. huge DR fan as well. Were about to start BS 4, then murphy hit us. No biggie. This too shall pass.

Comment by Phillip Delatorre on October 13, 2011 at 11:35am

Hello everyone!

I am a huge Dave Ramsey fan as well! I am looking to get into the financial coaching business myself. I have some experience in Financial Services and I am going to keep that until I can build my coaching up!

Comment by Vaibhav Mehta on October 12, 2011 at 6:15am
Hi, I am dave ramsey follower and currently paying off my house! Can't wait to be debt free! I am 34 years old and have 2 kids. I am a structural engineer by profession.
Comment by Sheri M. Elsen on August 25, 2011 at 8:15pm
Hi, I'm a huge DR follower, have been for several years, almost through step 2, had to put the snowball on pause for two weddings one in 2010 and last one in June of 2011. Paid cash for both girls weddings it was awesome! I've also been the FPU Leader at our church twice now. Very happy to join the group.
Comment by Randy Walker on August 25, 2011 at 5:07pm
Hi all - I'm 56 years old, married, both kids out of the house. We racked up a whopping $180,000 second mortgage through a series of HELOCS and too a beating from bad real estate decisions in 2006/07. Then I lost my job in December 2008 and my wife lost her job in November 2010. She's since become re-employed, I've been a painting contractor on a sporatic basis and our primary residence is in foreclosure. We have legal counsel fighting that, however. I'm having a hard time convincing my wife to delve into Dave Ramsel and Financial Peace University. We're (mostly my wife is) comtemplating chapter 7, but I really don't want to do that. We now have six income property foreclosures on our record as well a delinquencies out the wazoo. I have exactly 10 years until I can retire at 66 yrs, 6 months and I'm going to put everything I have, energywise, into building the painting business. That's my tale of woe.
 
 
 

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