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Ryan Eidson  —  April 29, 2016

The following is an excerpt from my book, A Couple with Common Cents:

a couple with common cents book excerpt

Tabitha was all excited and tired at the same time. She already missed Ruth and Hannah, and all that they experienced together. Now it was Sunday, and Tab was going home with the other ladies in the van.

Linda said, “Tab, you seem different today than you did on Friday. Is something wrong?”

“No, not really.”

“Are you sure?”

“Well I am excited to see my family. But my heart is just so heavy with all the changes I want to see happen.”

“What changes?”

Tab wasn’t sure whether to tell her or not, with the possibility of the others in the van listening in. Continue Reading…

Money is top-of-mind in April as income taxes are due for US citizens. April is designated as National Financial Literacy Month.

What is financial literacy?

Financial literacy is the ability to use and understand money in everyday life. It’s the skills to succeed with your household finances.

Financial literacy includes the ability to: Continue Reading…

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Do you have a desire to be financially free?

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The book I’ve released this month, A Couple with Common Cents, features a young wife and mother of two. Her name is Tabitha.

Three Types of People Who Must Read A Couple with Common CentsTabitha and her husband Jack have problems talking about their money.

Tabitha wants to talk about their extremely tight financial situation, but Jack shoots down the topic every time she brings it up.

Tabitha has lost hope. She’s not sure what to do—until a friend invites her to a women’s conference.

I wrote the book for these three types of people: Continue Reading…

Did you receive an income tax refund this year?

It’s not really a refund. It’s a loan paid back to you without interest.

Do you know how you created that “refund” in the first place? Continue Reading…

Seeing eye to eye in the finance department is crucial for any marriage. I have seen too much stress caused by avoiding the money talk. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In A Couple with Common Cents, Ryan Eidson takes any married couple from financial frustration to financial freedom. Do your money and your marriage a favor, read this book and apply the principles.

Testimonial from Derek C. Olsen about “A Couple with Common Cents”