Your Money Personality Affects Relationships

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Your ‘money personality’ is a behavioural pattern relating to your spending and saving. In a relationship it may appear your Money Personalities clash.  By understanding how opposing types can be complementary in a relationship, you will become a stronger team.

Your Money Personality is rarely just the one type.  The large majority of us are a blend of two and sometimes three.

At different times in your life and depending on circumstances, you will very likely see more than one money personality type in yourself and that’s quite natural. As a result, you’ll probably see a cross over between these – in other words, you can show parts of more than one money personality at the same time. Continue reading

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The Q&A Forum #6

Welcome back! This is the last video in our Q&A series where you get to ask us your money questions.

In this episode David from Christchurch, NZ, asks, “What is the best way to pay myself from my business?”

Then Anne from Perth, Australia, wants to know how much of her income should she allocate to paying off debt.

Did you miss out on sending us your question?

No problem, if you still have a question for us, send it to hello@moneymentalist.com and we will be happy to answer it for you.

See you in our next series!

The Q&A Forum #5

Hi, welcome back.

This is the 5th video in our Q&S series where you get to ask the questions!

This week we have two questions, Monica asks, – I love going out but I always seem to spend too much money. What can I do about it?

Then Stacey’s question is, – I have a lot of small debts, should I consolidate then into one?

There is one more video in this series, so don’t be shy, send in your question, nothing is too small.

All questions will be answered by email. So, send any query you have to hello@moneymentalist.com

Women Undervalue Themselves!

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Firstly, let me say thank you for being part of our community.  I know that we can help you achieve your goals, personally and financially and live a lifestyle you love.

You may have noticed that more and more women are going into business for themselves as consultants, coaches and small business owners.  Which is fantastic to see!  But there is a problem. Continue reading

The Q&A Forum #4

Welcome to the 4th video in our Q&A series where you get to ask the questions.

Today the two questions are from Susan and Jeff.

Susan asks, – I’ve paid off all my debt, now what?

Jeff asks, – My income keeps going up but I don’t have anything left over and I’m not any happier. What’s going on?

Send us any question you have, nothing is too small and don’t even think about it being silly!

We answer all questions by email, whether we cover them here in this video series or not. Send to hello@moneymentalist.com

The Other Side of Financial Infidelity

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We’ve read the stories in the media about financial infidelity where one partner has run off with the couple’s life savings, or has mortgaged the house without their partner’s knowledge to pay a tax bill.  That is, until the bailiff comes knocking.

The other week, calls to a morning radio show around financial infidelity were hilarious – you had to laugh otherwise you would have cried! Continue reading

The Q&A Forum #3

Welcome back to our 3rd video in our Q&A series where you get to ask the questions!

We have a cracker one for you today!  It’s a subject that we’ve had numerous questions on so I won’t give a name or where they’re from, but there will be lots of you waiting for this.

This question is:

I’m in my 50’s, I’m single, I don’t have a house, my Super Fund isn’t that large. How am I going to survive in retirement and what can I do to make it better?

Got a question? Send us an email on hello@moneymentalist.com