MoneyMindedMoms community members have free access to valuable, easy to follow advice about topics such as erasing and managing debt, raising money minded kids and coupons and discounts. Providing moms with sound advice is Suze´s top priority and she takes the time to personally respond to questions from members and has even been known to post a video response in some cases. Plus, every month through May, one lucky member will win 1-on-1 time with Suze through the "Ask Suze" Sweepstakes. The site offers useful tools like a debt eliminator and expense tracker, a coupon savings center, as well as forums for sharing stories and insights with like-minded moms.
To help get started with taking control of finances and getting back on track this year, Suze has also created a list of the 11 things moms can do to increase their financial savvy in 2011:
1. Stand in your truth
2. Make finances a family affair
3. Live below your means but within your needs
4. Hope for the best, but plan for the worst
5. Get rid of credit card debt
6. Save an 8-month emergency fund
7. Fund your 401k to the match
8. Fund your Roth IRA to the max
9. Start a 529 plan for your kids´ college education
10. Be "happy you did" vs. "wishing you hadn´t"
11. Never forget people first, then money, then things
To find out more details about how to accomplish these 11 goals, visit www.MoneyMindedMoms.com. You can also connect with Suze and the MoneyMindedMoms community on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
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