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Today's episode answers the question: "When Is It Okay to Splurge?" Sometimes we get so entrenched in the mindset of paying down debt and saving money that we struggle with figuring out when it’s okay to loosen up a little and ENJOY some of our money. There is definitely a right way and wrong way to spend on a splurge, and I’ll dive into the Do’s and Don’ts of enjoying your money.
The average American downs 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving Day -- about 2,500 more calories than he or she does other days of the year. Wouldn’t it be great if you could erase those 4,500 calories from your waist, and linger at the table as long as you like?
Here are five painless ways to “pre-game” Thanksgiving where you can safely and easily bank 640+ calories per day in the seven days surrounding Turkey Day...to splurge without the purge!
About Your Host:
Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP
Jerry Perelman has been a pilot for four decades. He got his license at age 20. He's as passionate today as he was then. Today he has a network of private aircraft that can fly you anyplace in the world on many different types of aircraft. Safety always comes first and Jerry only works with aircraft owners who have regular crews in place. If you're going somewhere and want to splurge, give Jerry a call.
Meet Author, Blogger, and Entrepreneur Marsha Badger!
Owner of Marsh Bar's Closet
Former fashion stylist and blogger Marsha Badger, decides to open up her closet to the public.
Known for her mirror selfies and unique fashion sense, Marsha wants to point people in the right direction for how to look great for less. 99% of all items found on this site cost less than $100.
“I represent the working woman. The woman who considers spending over $150 a splurge and a treat. Looking good and fashionable doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg.”
Currently a resident of Brooklyn, NY, Marsha uses this site to explore fashion, bring light to new trends and recognize New York City street trends.
In addition to writing and maintaining MarshBar’s Closet, Marsha is a fashion contributor for Pretty Girls Sew Magazine and Everything Girls Love.
Nashville. Live from a hotel room in Music City. White Line Fever. Over eating on Thanksgiving and not enough sleep finally pushes The Bob Davis Podcasts to splurge for a hotel room in the heart of Tennessee, after a speed run through the Blue Ridge Mountains, across the Smokies. (Editor’s Note: We checked with the […]
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The average American downs 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving Day.
Wouldn't it be great if you could bank enough caloric goodwill to simply erase 4,500 calories from your waist, and linger at the table as long as you like?
Tune in to hear five painless ways to “pre-game” Thanksgiving.
See how you can make for a splurge that doesn’t inspire a purge!
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Host: Roy Masters
Roy discussed going through dangerous situations and coming out smelling like a rose.
Roy says, "The less I splurge, the better I am".
Is very demoralized and does not know what to do.
Needs advice on how to deal with a harrassing person
"My husband is pressuring me to quit smoking".
"I have learned to be long suffering".
She has realized her anger toward her grumpy 94 year old father was causing her problems.
Living beyond your means damages relationships, self-esteem, credit scores and is outright, fraudulent. The fact that governments operate beyond their means doesn't mean you and I should. We have all known people who lived a life they cannot afford, on credit they can not repay and then end up in financial ruin and embarrassment.
Here are some easy ways to identify if someone is living beyond their means:
Must Buy Designer, Think a Low-Paying Job is Below Your Status, Pay Someone Else to Do Menial Jobs, $100 Tennis Shoes & Food Stamps, Exceeded Your Credit Limit, Paid Overdraft Fees in the Last 12 Months, Stretching Term to Afford Car Payments, Vacationing on Credit, House Payment is Only Affordable on 30-year Term, Savings Won't Last 12 Months.
Says things like, "If so and so can do it I should be able to"; or "everyone else uses credit cards"; or "I deserve it - I work so hard"; or "this is what I work for"; or "we are already so far in debt, what's a little more."
When a person doesn't know the signs they are living beyond their means they are probably already living beyond their means. Practice discipline in finances and when you want to splurge, don't put it on credit. Instead go out and create the income to pay for it without damaging your credit score or spending money you don't have. A wise man once said, "those that refuse to practice discipline in their own life will always be disciplined by life!"
The Internal Revenue Service opened the 2014 filing season Jan. 31, and taxpayers have until April 14 to file their tax returns. The IRS expects to receive more than 148 million individual tax returns this year, with more than four out of five returns being filed electronically. About three out of four filers typically get refunds, and last year, the IRS reports that taxpayers received an average refund of $2,755.
Have you given any consideration to how you’ll file your tax return? If you’re expecting a refund, how will you use your tax refund? Will you treat yourself to a major purchase, such as a new TV? Or will you finally start that emergency savings account that you’ve been promising yourself?
On today’s episode of Your Money, Your Matters, we’ll talk about how to prepare for tax season, including what documents you’ll need to complete your return; reviewing any life changes that might affect your tax return, and considering any year-end tax moves that could reduce your taxable income. We’ll also address how to protect yourself from identity theft this tax season. Join radio personalities Linda Webb-Manon and Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League; Courtney Moran, Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation, and Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services as we explore the options.
Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon CST. The program examines financial issues of most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; or gain helpful advice.
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