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Looking to level up your finances? Jim Wang, Wallet Hacks creator, shares some tips to help couples and new parents build wealth together!
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Wallet Hacks for Couples
As much as I enjoy connecting with people, sharing their personal and financial stories here on the podcast and site, I have a confession to make:
In my off-line life, I’d much rather hang with the family and play in the back for than clip coupons to save some cash or switch bank accounts to earn 2/10th of a percent more.
I’m all for optimizing your money, but I believe time is more valuable.
And I know it sounds so cliche, but it’s true for us.
Between family time all together, just the two of us, family, friends, work, and other projects – we don’t have a ton of time left over.
That’s a huge reason why I’m a big supporter of automating what you can. It frees you up to have more energy for the people and projects that matter to you.
I also love hacks – those little tips and tricks that can help you get your finances squared away without too much fuss. I’m not talking about get rich quick schemes but tools and shortcuts that make life easier.
And that’s why I’m a fan of Jim’s site, Wallet Hacks.
Hope you enjoy!
Building Your Finances with Wallet Hacks
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QUESTION OF THE DAY: What’s your favorite wallet hack for your finances?