Congratulations to you both on this beautiful day! In order to stand here surrounded by your family and friends, you’re proclaiming to the world that you want this one person by your side through the good times and the bad. Maybe you’ve faced some … [Read more...]
SHE Talks is all about women, their concerns, and how they relate to money. You’re energetic and outgoing. You work full time, run your household, and still make time for fun. Your money should work as hard as you do. We will bring you information that will make sure it does.
The inspiration behind Making Dollars Out of Sense came from the overwhelming amount of information out there regarding money, but how do we make heads or tails of it? And, when you’re planning with your money, it is no time to play a guessing game. So, we wanted to make sense of all the noise in one straight-forward, concise site.
We also recognized that women have unique needs and concerns and don’t necessarily relate to money the same way as men. Hence, SHE Talks was born.
SHE Talks is common sense information about money.
SHE Talks is for the hardworking woman who wants straight-forward, easy to understand financial planning.
SHE Talks is enlightening. We have spent years learning how money works, and we want to impart that knowledge to you.
You’ll see a lot of information about Financial Planning, but we will also spend time talking about families, travel, shopping, and much more. So, come back often for the next SHE Talks.
You have probably heard public service announcements lately telling you to winterize your home to save energy. Now we all love Mother Earth, but what if you could love mother earth and keep some green in your wallet? Well, that is why winterizing can … [Read more...]
Pumpkin Spice Latte’s are here (oh yes). This delicious drink and I have a love hate relationship. My tummy loves it; my wallet and waist line hate it! So, I tried last year to use it as a reward for accomplishing something, and I could only have 1 a … [Read more...]
The Wall Street Journal reported on June 17, 2015 that Hulu had received another influx of cash from their investors (investors should be read as: TV networks) to compete for content, and Hulu has done just that. They are beating out Netflix on … [Read more...]
So you’re not ready to cut the cord yet, but you don’t like paying that $100+ bill every month for cable or satellite. When you signed up it was suppose to be only $29.99/month, but you didn’t see in the fine print that it was only for 6 months. So, … [Read more...]