Taking an assessment of your money situation is an important first step in having a better relationship with money or being better able to use money as a tool in your arsenal. Identify whether you’re in denial due to debt and the next steps for you to consider.
Have you ever wanted to talk about money and finances but were unsure as to where to start? How about starting a discussion with your teen to start getting them prepared for life on their own? Are you getting engaged and need to be sure the values your potential partner has with money align with yours? Or are you part of a mom’s group and want to connect on a deeper level with other women?
Checkout our Money Discussion Starter worksheets.
Rena-Fi Round Tables are hosted video discussions where we bring in various speakers who will focus on a certain topic offering their unique insight and perspective. A host will drive the discussion, but audience members may submit questions for the panel to answer.
The holidays are fast approaching and it’s why we have created some questions and prompts to be sure you don’t overspend this holiday season. Many of us rarely think about things like Christmas cards and dinner parties, holiday outfits and crafts with the kids. But if you’re on a tight budget, these things can wreak havoc for you and even possibly put you into more debt. So before you go to the grocery store hungry, or shop without a plan, ask yourself some vital questions and start making an effort to not go hog-wild with the sales and intense marketing this season.
Landlords, investors, house flippers, contractors, homeowners, lenders, brokers, property managers, agents, lawyers, accountants – spend an hour with Real Estate Realities Podcast as each week, host David Soble and Dylan Tanaka get the practical no-nonsense line on this crazy business!
Whether you’re buying or selling a property or for use as an investment, David Soble and Dylan Tanaka bring years of legal and business experience to the proverbial real estate “closing” table. As active real estate entrepreneurs, they have owned hundreds of properties between them – residential, commercial, industrial, vacant land, even farms! Soble and Tanaka bring a fresh, informative, and sometimes funny perspective on the realities of the real estate business.