Jeannette Bajalia Explains Health Wealth Connection for Women

Women spend a lot of time caring for others, but aren’t always taking care of themselves. A little preventative maintenance can go a long way in improving our health and our wealth. The two are connected: a lack of wealth can lead to stress and anxiety, while poor health adds up to skyrocketing healthcare costs. …

Financial Planning Tips with Sam McElroy on UYWRadio

Sam McElroy, Co-Founder of @Financial and @Financial Investments joins Heather Wagenhals on Unlock Your Wealth Radio to discuss the real value of financial planning. Tune in to find out how you can establish the behavior of not living paycheck to paycheck, but slowly increasing your savings everyday to achieve a sustainable financial future. 66 million Americans have zero dollars in savings! Sam …

Wasted Time is Wasted Money

You’ve heard the phrase “time is money,” and we often use money to gauge how much time we have. The problem is, time isn’t money. It’s way more valuable than money, and as personal finance site Done By Forty points out, assigning a monetary value to your time can be problematic. RELATED: Stop Overspending Habits If …

Financial Relationship Questions Answered by Christopher Dukes

Christopher Dukes, President and owner of Dukes Wealth Management Inc. DBA Dukes Financial and Insurance Services consults listeners on Unlock Your Wealth Radio with host Heather Wagenhals. Tune in this as the duo finance experts discuss money awareness topics about relationships. In this interview Mr. Dukes helps couples break down their financial commitments in a relationship by explaining to listeners …

Remember Real Estate: Keys To Riches™ Number Ten

Keys To Riches™ Financial Wellness Series provides financial concepts each week that teach you how to think like the rich and be in control of your own money. Tune in to this week’s Keys to Riches Number Ten – Remember Real Estate as host Heather Wagenhals offers specific financial techniques to help your financial habits become healthy money management skills. Listen every Monday morning on …

Protect Your Financial Future with Brett Gottlieb on UYWRadio

Brett Gottlieb, Founder of Comprehensive Advisor and financial advisor joins Heather Wagenhals, host of Unlock Your Wealth Radio, on a holistic approach in this week’s interview. Tune in as we listen to Brett reveal how he builds strong relationships with his clients, offering financial advice and assistance on several areas including retirement planning, estate planning, investment portfolio construction, individual investment selection and …

Keys To Riches Number Nine: Create Credit

The Keys To Riches™ featured Key will appear here for the entire week, collecting data from Heather’s Keys To Riches™ Financial Wellness Series. Tune in to this week’s Keys to Riches Number Nine: Create Credit as host Heather Wagenhals offers specific financial techniques to help your financial habits become healthy money management skills. Listen every Monday morning on the Keys To Riches website where you’ll …

8 Reasons You Don’t Have Money

Two hundred and fifty million people in the wealthiest country on the planet are barely making it. There are not to be mistaken for the people on food stamps or unemployment, but rather the people making an average of $48,000 to $68,000 annually. Consider that almost 75 percent of all Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. …

6 Types of Money Bullies

Money Bullies: Individuals who make others feel embarrassed, ashamed, or defensive only to make themselves feel important about their financial knowledge. Money Bullies can be anywhere. Some people are married to Money Bullies. They may lurk in your circle of family and friends. The Internet is bursting with them, especially in comment sections. TIME online has shared …

Why Your Financial Fears May Be Overblown

NBC News – A surprising number of Americans who are otherwise financially secure are quite literally worried sick about money. A 2015 survey by the American Psychological Association found that money is the leading cause of stress among Americans — especially for parents, younger adults ages 18 to 49 years old and, not surprisingly, those …

3 Money Mistakes That Can Cost You Big Time

Mistakes occur all the time, what matters most is that we learn from them, right? Unfortunately, if those mistakes have anything to do with money, the takeaway can cost way more than you bargained for. To help save you a headache and some cash, Worth It…Not Worth It? author Jack Otter shares three innocent money mistakes we …

7 Reasons Why Your Financial Life Is A Mess

Forbes – While there are some who breathe the rarified air of having their financial lives totally together, most people struggle. Your degree of struggle might range from small—not being sufficiently organized—to complete and utter meltdown. Continue reading, as you might find out the common denomination of why your financial life is a mess: RELATED: 4 Financial …

Money This Week – Our Key to Dreams With Deadlines

This is where you’ll find our featured Key for the week from Heather’s Keys To Riches™ Financial Wellness Series. The Weekly Key will be available to our VIP listeners for the entire week. The Keys To Riches™ Financial Wellness Series is a baker’s dozen of financial concepts that teach you how to think like the …

Advanced Money-Management for Kids

Americans are severely lacking when it comes to financial literacy. Right before the global financial crisis of 2008, economists were shocked by the lack of savings set aside by American families. Average savings at that time dipped into negative territory for the first time since the Great Depression, which meant that the typical consumer was …

13 Ways Being Cheap Could Cost You More

Being cheap doesn’t always save you the most money, in fact there are cases when it’s worth the extra cost.  For some examples, MSN spoke to personal finance experts Kristen Cross of The Frugal Girl, who has managed to keep her six-person family out of debt and in the green, and Justin McCurry from Root of Good, …