Guest post ! 60 Percent of Women Won’t Marry a Debtor

We’ve come a long way since the Mad Men-esque era of the 50s and 60s, when financial security for women came exclusively in the form of a man. 

At least that’s according to the findings of a new survey from Charlie. We surveyed 533 single (defined as never married) women ages  18 to 40 in to find out how they think about finances when it comes to finding “the one.” According to the results, women are waiting until well into their relationships to have the “money talk.” If they don’t like what they hear, bad news: most women view potential beaus or belles with a large amount of debt as more of a liability, than an anchor. The majority of single women these days don’t believe that marriage is necessarily the ticket to financial stability. But to understand where we’re at now, it’s important to take a look at where we came from.  Continue reading “Guest post ! 60 Percent of Women Won’t Marry a Debtor”

Guest Post ! Reduce Your Monthly Spending But Double Your Fun

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Spring is almost upon us, which means the weather is finally worth venturing out into, but your budget is lower than ever! You’ve tried to set budgets to avoid hitting your monthly cap, but just because you know you’re reaching capacity doesn’t mean you know how to keep it from happening. The question still remains: How are you going to reduce your spending so you don’t bust your budget? Continue reading “Guest Post ! Reduce Your Monthly Spending But Double Your Fun”

Follow Project Ricochet On Instagram!

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Hi All !

Just a small post to let you all know that Project Ricochet is now on Instagram ! Continue reading “Follow Project Ricochet On Instagram!”

Guest Post ! The Cost of Love: Differences in Dating Expenses Between Men and Women.

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The game of love can cost a pretty penny. Take the popular reality TV series The Bachelor. Female contestants are expected to bring their own wardrobe for the entire show. (That’s seven whole weeks!) This includes the entire kit and caboodle, from stiletto heels and evening gowns to hair products, accessories, and makeup to city cruising and hiking outfits. The cost for these single ladies? Anywhere from $1,800 to a whopping $8,000. Looking good on the prowl ain’t cheap! Continue reading “Guest Post ! The Cost of Love: Differences in Dating Expenses Between Men and Women.”

Guest Post! Newly Single? How to Financially Get Over Your Ex

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Hello my beautiful readers. So I came across this post and thought that it would be helpful for those of you newly singles who may need a small push to get back on track when it comes to finances. I cant imagine it being easy when you and your partner shared things such as your house, car, bank account etc….and now you’re forced to do it all alone. From scratch. This article gives you 10 tips on how to avoid adding money issues to your heartache. Continue reading “Guest Post! Newly Single? How to Financially Get Over Your Ex”