Introducing Two New Resource Centers… for Career Tips and Relationships/Money Advice

Relationships and Money

Are you ready to get out of debt but feel that your current income is holding you back? Or perhaps you’re already on your way to being debt free but are concerned that your loved one is not on board?

We know how it is. It’s one thing to talk about budgeting and paying off debt, but when the rubber meets the road there are so many other aspects of your life that influence your financial decisions – including things like your current income, your career path, and your relationship with your spouse or partner.

It’s important to make sure you’re getting the most out of your career, and building your relationship in a way that incorporates your shared financial goals.

And that’s why today we’re launching two new resource centers: one focused entirely on your career and how it relates to your financial goals, and the other focused on how money issues affect your relationship (and vice versa).

Can’t wait to see ‘em? Go ahead and check out the new resource centers here:

Career Tips Resource Center
Relationships and Money Resource Center

Our vision is that these resource centers will help you navigate some of the difficult and complicated questions that so often come up when people are working hard to take control of their money and accomplish their goals.

Here are some of the topics addressed in these two resource centers:

- How couples can achieve financial intimacy
- How to catch a break in a bad job market
- How to get a job with your dream employer
- How to avoid breaking up because of money
- How to deal with (job interview) rejection
- How to negotiate your new salary

So take a look and let us know what you think!

Career Tips Resource Center
Relationships and Money Resource Center

And by the way, if you’ve got suggestions for links to include in these resource centers, please let us know in the comments below. Thanks!

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