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To be totally honest… We’ve been having some really great conversations with capital group about the Plutus Awards this year and we have some incredibly exciting things that we will be doing before, throughout, and after the Plutus awards!!
We are all in planning mode and preparation mode over here at the Plutus Awards! As the ceremony draws closer and closer, the more our collective excitement grows. From now until the Plutus Awards, we will be sharing content from several finalists in a variety of categories in this year’s 11th annual Plutus awards finalists list. This week we are featuring the best in family and couple finance.
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Catch up on this weeks episode of the poorest words podcast where we feature Candice Latham, Martin Dasko, and Katie R., who joined Sarah Potter to discuss TikTok and Instagram! Listen to the full episode here.
“Building good money habits is key to financial success. But what if you don’t have access to the same resources as everyone else? No doubt, institutional racism and personal finance are intertwined for Black Americans and other minority populations. Here’s a candid conversation about that.” – Debt Free Guys
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“As your teen grows his or her financial independence through part-time jobs, you will naturally begin to wonder when the right time will be to get your child a spending card of his or her own. Hopefully, you realize teenagers are too young for actual credit cards, so you are wondering about a debit card.” – Family Money Adventure
“Together, we knew where we stood financially and communicated frequently enough, so we could be on the same page. This allowed us to prioritize our wedding and puppy goals, absorb those unexpected medical bills, and take on the new career opportunities that can help us grow.” – Financially Engaged
“I love to read books to my kids before they go to bed. It’s a special time when we relax, joke around, and maybe learn a thing or two. Since I’m a bit of a money nerd, I often choose kid’s books about money.” – Marriage, Kids, and Money
“To Get on the Same Page: Did you know that one of the leading causes of divorce is related to money problems? Some married couples have been on the same page (financially) from day one, while others struggle to get on the same page. ” – Our Rich Journey