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By Mary Beth Storjohann via Iris.xyz
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Whether you make six figures or just wish you did, the number on your paycheck doesn’t matter as much as what you choose to do with that money once it hits your bank account.
If you can create that mindset for yourself and then focus on what you can control, you’re well on your way to creating wealth.
Of course, that can get complicated when you’re not the only person involved with that financial decision-making.
When you’re making your way through life and toward your goals with a significant other, another big key to financial success is communication. You’ve got to work together to work your wealth.
But it’s not always easy to get through tough money conversations, especially if you struggle to get on the same page with decisions, goals, or financial habits.
Don’t use that as an excuse to stick your head in the sand! You canget through those tough convos. Here are 3 common ones I see my clients face — and how I suggest dealing with them.
Dealing with Big or Scary Life Transitions
Anytime you and your significant other face a major life change, you may face increased stress and anxiety ahead of time.
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