Managing Money Together

Are you tired of fighting with your partner about money?

Tired of little things-like a broken dishwasher, new boots, or a car repair-dissolving into arguments that leave you feeling defeated.

Are you ready to stop fighting with your partner over where your money is going-or worse, where it went?

Are you exhausted from tiptoeing around the subject of money-the basis for keeping food on your table and a roof over your head?

Would you rather have money conversations that are smooth and simple without dragging in past issues and arguments?

Well, guess what.

You can. 

Now, my husband and I have had our share of fights over the years. Some serious and some laughable when we look back-like the one we had about lettuce.

But one thing we have never fought about is money. And it’s not that complicated.

I’m serious.

Imagine sitting down with your partner to discuss financial dreams and goals.

Imagine dreaming about plans for retirement…and next week’s paycheck. 

Imagine working together to overcome financial obstacles that so often dissolve into screaming.

Imagine your children or future children (or pets) growing up watching their parents communicate openly and honestly about budgeting, saving, and spending.

“This workbook will cut right through the fluff and give you a step-by-step system for opening the doors of communication.”  -Jane

If you’re ready to change the way you and your partner communicate about money, then you need to get Managing Money Together: a Workbook for Couples.

With 6 modules dedicated to starting constructive conversations, you’ll:

  • Learn about each other’s early experiences with money.
  • Dig into your spending comfort levels.
  • Set short and long-term money goals individually and as a couple. 
  • Discuss emergency fund needs
  • …and more!

And the best part is that for the next week, you can get Managing Money Together for $21.00. 

That’s 30% off the normal $30.00 price!

So, if you’re ready to have meaningful and productive money conversations with your partner, then it’s time to click below to get Managing Money Together and get the conversation started!