In the last post, we left off saying that when you work together you’ll make the right decision. For a couple, togetherness is the key to financial success. Just because one of you is good at math and numbers, it does not mean that you should be the only one making financial decisions. Even if you are the only breadwinner for your family, this does not give you the right to make all of the financial decisions. Both of you must work together.

Men, Women, and Money

Men, women, and money what a statement. God has made man and woman very differently. Each one has his/her own strengths and weaknesses. Neither one sees money in the same way.


How many of you have taken the time to figure out how much you’re going to need to retire? Chances are you have not. If you don’t figure out what you’re going to need, you won’t know if you’ll have enough. You want to be proactive in providing for yourself. Most people don’t. Most people end-up on social security and working part-time.


There are rich and poor people who are generous with what they have. They think nothing of sharing what they have even with those who have more than they do. Then, there are other people who cling to their money and possessions. They are afraid to share what they have because if they do, they worry they won’t have enough.