Raise your hand if you have ever had a disagreement with your boo about money.
If you have ever felt anxious or tense when it comes to financial conversations with your honey, you are not alone. Money is a huge pain point in many relationships. In fact, money problems are one of the biggest reasons couples get divorced.
Common complaints in money and relationships
“My boo has no concept about finance and budgeting whatsoever and I don’t know what the eff to do.”
“My significant other keeps buying shit off of Amazon and doesn’t tell me about it! Now our credit card debt is racking up.”
“We’re expecting a baby and this debt thing really has to be under control before baby arrives. How do we welcome a new baby when I have car payments and student loan debt taking up all of my paycheck?”
“Justine didn’t overwhelm us, but calmed us down. My wife and I knew this was a turnaround point for us and that we’re both working to resolve debt. To be frank, it was some of the best money advice I have received.”
–Cody, age 29, Colorado Springs
Here’s what you get
60-minute introductory call
Monthly beers and budgeting calls
Online budget building
Actionable debt-free goal setting
Why should you sign up?
Beers and Budgeting For Two is a private phone call that is focused on you, your significant other and your financial lives. I help the two of you come up with a ditch debt plan and communicate openly about money.
📝 Create a list of contentment activities
✅ Learn two different debt payoff methods
💵 Learn how to automate payments
📊 Setup a shared budget that you actually stick to
🤝 Agree on your money goals
How long do we work together?
Most millennial couples who sign up for Beers and Budgeting typically gain clarity and money management skills within three months, but we can work together for as long as you like! Cancel at any time.
How much does it cost?
$47 per month
Whether you’re newlyweds, serial monogamous or have been married for a few years already, it is time to tackle finances as a power couple.
By the age of 25, Justine Nelson had paid off $35,000 in student loan debt making an average of $37,000 per year. Grit, discipline and a motivation to kick debt’s ass for good helped her achieve this goal within two and a half years. Now, she’s sharing her strategies and tips with fellow millennials on how to get out of debt, budget without the bitching, and ultimately change your financial future. She believes millennials work too damn hard to be broke all the time and that credit card companies and banks are feeding lies about the way millennials should live. A Kansas City native, this Midwest millennial broke out of debt’s chains and now resides in San Diego, California with her husband living the DINK life (Dual Income, No Kids).
Founder and Debtinator at Debt Free Millennials
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WARNING: increase in financial confidence between couples may induce kinky side effects. Not all results are the same.