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We typically want to avoid taxes at all costs, but analyzing your taxes before the end of the year opens up opportunities for tax breaks that aren’t available to you in the spring. 

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Politics are often polarizing, dramatic and toxic to conversations and relationships. In this week’s episode, we discuss how we’ve brought too much emotion into politics and we tend to believe our financial gains could solely depend on the president in office. 

We must learn to disagree again. Challenging ourselves to move away from arguments and towards fascinating conversations with others who think differently. 

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This podcast is brought to you by Wealthquest. Learn more at www.wqcorp.com.

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Why is it that we expect the Holiday Season to be filled with great thankfulness and joy, yet sometimes the reality of these Holiday parties can be quite the opposite?


In this week's episode, think about how you have the opportunity to set a new tone for your friends and family at the dinner table. Slowing down, acting in humility and being curious could help prevent your family dinner from turning hostile. 


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This podcast is brought to you by Wealthquest. Learn more at www.wqcorp.com.

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Debt can feel looming and our conversations around the subject typically derive from judgment. We perceive it as either good or bad. But this isn’t a helpful mindset, especially when our finances take up so much emotional space in our lives.  In reality, debt is a neutral circumstance. It’s either efficient or inefficient, and it’s directly related to our margin. When we choose to take on debt, we are sacrificing some of our margin.  This episode will help you get clarity on debt so you can plan and progress with confidence. This podcast is brought to you by Wealthquest. www.wqcorp.com...

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Restricting yourself to spend as little as possible can feel like a chore. So, the negative emotional impact that a budget has on your life and your relationship makes it hard to stick to.  In this podcast episode, James walks you through how to abandon your budget. Instead, he recommends pursuing a spending plan instead to build intentionality into your finances. This podcast is brought to you by Wealthquest. www.wqcorp.com

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