Dealing with who pays for college can be a real issue for divorced parents. The lawyers from Terzich and Ort
explain how it works and what to do to make it easier.
conducted by American Express found that families spent an average of $1,642 in 2016 on back-to-school expenses. If medical, school, and other challenges in life make finances a struggle, there are programs that can help. Bill Wagner from Hiway Federal Credit Union
The Happy Medium, psychic Jodi Livon, gives another group of TCL audience members a live psychic reading. For more about Jodi and her services, click here
Jasna is a Life and Business Strategist who wants to help people wake up feeling good about themselves and go to bed grateful for the life they have. She does that by working 1:1 with clients and doing motivational speaking.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are divorcing and she is asking for physical custody of their six children. Our legal experts explained what that actually means.
Twin Cities Live’s local guy about town is also a walking state fair information booth! Mike Marcotte, our Fair Insider, shares his tips to make your trip to the fair amazing.
When it comes to handling school fees, extracurricular activities and other "back to school" expenses, divorced parents need to be on the same page. And that should all be agreed upon from the start.
Selling a home can be a daunting process, but you can do it! You just need a little help! Our real estate experts, Julie and Daniel Desrochers from Desrochers Realty Group
and Coldwell Banker Burnet share advice on getting started and what you need to do every step of the way.
There is a new law on the books starting next Monday, August 1st
regarding spousal maintenance. What is Spousal Maintenance and will this affect your divorce or someone you may know? We’ve brought in the experts, attorney’s from Terzich and Ort
, Jodi Terzich and Shannon Ort, to explain it all.
For the 3rd
year in a row Twin Cities Moms Blog
are featuring their favorite local businesses
and why they’re so great for moms. Owner of the blog, Beth Zustiak, stop by for a sneak peak of what to you’ll see this year on the list, cupcakes included!
It's pretty common to see the neighbor kid character on popular TV shows. And they are always coming over! So how much is too much time for other kids to be at your home? We've assembled a panel of moms to weigh in.
With school out for summer, kids and teens are looking for cold, hard cash. Bill Wagner from Hiway Federal Credit Union
shares advice on what parents can teach their kids now so they have financial success down the road.
Twenty-year-old Alex Opstad appears to have had his future plans in place for years. He’s now a Junior at Arizona State University. He owns his company. He’s doing really well in school. He sounds like the sort of kids that everyone always knew was destined for greatness. But not if you ask him. School got the better of him until, at the age of 13, he tried something new. That something new was LearningRX
and it changed everything. TCL Reporter Kelli Hanson caught up with Alex 6-years-after he completed his brain training at LearningRX and found out this now adult is still thankful for what the program did for him.
There are a lot of things to deal with when it comes to selling your home, but there are a some things that might seem like do's, but are really don'ts. Daniel and Julie Desrochers from Desrochers Realty Group
and Coldwell Banker Burnet bust some home-selling myths
Fun fact: first impressions are formed in just 7-seconds. Maybe you're looking for a new job or a seat at your child's PTA. But no matter the situation, your brand matters and we're not just talking about what you're wearing. Katy, a stay-at-home mom of two wants to go back to work this fall when her youngest heads off to kindergarten. Marie was laid off in 2011, and would like to get back into the legal field. Both women are starting from scratch and we wanted to help them work on their brand. Personal branding expert Judy Zimmer and TCL Stylist and owner of Corset Styling, Jodi Mayers stepped in to help!
We all do it, make a New Year’s Resolution, but not many of us actually stick to them. Author of Effortless Everyday and Lifestyle Designer, Katie Lee, says one of the biggest reasons why is distractions. She says there is a 3 step distraction detox that can give you more time in your day to do what you want with it.
There are a few things you can do yourself when it comes to getting your home ready to sell and a few other things that are worth hiring out. Julie and Daniel Desrochers from Desrochers Realty Group
share their advice.
The IRS is predicting the average 2016 tax refund will be around $2,900. Whether you’re getting cash back from Uncle Sam or are have to pay up, the team at Hiway Federal Credit Union can help.
The end of the school year is coming up quickly and before you know it, you’ll be trying to figure out how to keep the kids busy! Owner of Twin Cities Moms Blog
, Beth Zustiak, shares her suggestions for camps for the kiddos.
It's easy to take thousands of pictures with our digital cameras and smartphones - but how do you make them look really good? TCL Senior Producer and professional photographer Christian Unser shares a few tips and tricks to fix your pics!
When the "Scandal" showrunners gave Olivia Pope a new red trenchcoat, they were making a big statement about the character. Communications coach Roshini Rajkumar tells us how tv shows use power colors and patterns to tell their stories.
We are helping you reset this year, to tackle all that 2016 brings. And for St. Louise Park native and Author, Jennifer Kern Collins, that means getting rid of drama and living The Drama Free Way. She says Drama exists for a reason. In fact she calls Drama an addition and part of social survival. In her new book, “The Drama Free Way,” she says living a drama-free lifestyle means taking care of your mind, body and spirit. Jennifer stopped by talk about her new book and to tell us why she thinks people indulge in drama.
Saving money as a family can be tough so we’ve assembled a panel of money saving moms with their go-to ways to save. TCL Kitchen Star and Mom blogger, Alice Seuffert
, owner of Twin Cities Moms Blog
, Beth Zustiak, and host of the Colleen & Bradley Show
on myTalk 107.1, Colleen Lindstrom share their strategies.
Jasmine Brett Stringer is the author of the new book "Seize Your Life". She shared a few of the lessons from that book to get you motivated in the new year to make some changes.
Leadership and Life Coach Barb Churchill
says to toss out any New Year's Resolutions you're planning to set. Instead, take another approach and set goals to accomplish. She shares tips and resources to help you have the best year ever.
If the holidays have you stressed out, you’re not alone. The American Psychological Association says the top two reasons people get stressed during the holidays are lack of time and lack of money. So how do you lower stress levels and actually enjoy the holidays? We’ve got some helpful entertaining tips from Sam’s Club.
According to Bankrate.com
, 22% of Americans will exclusively pay for their holiday gifts with a credit card. That leads to many people asking for financial help in the New Year. ABC News
reports that consumer counseling agencies see a 25% increase of those asking for assistance in January and February.
It can seem like you’re pulling our your credit card every five seconds this time of year, but there are ways to save money too. Our Super Saver, Carrie Rocha, shares a few of her favorite “holiday hacks”.
It’s reported that around 70% of us will shop online at least once a month, especially around the holidays. But before you click “checkout” on your latest find, our friends from CouponCabin.com
want to save you some money.
Spousal maintenance, formerly known as alimony, is one of the grayest areas of divorce. It can be permanent or temporary, and it goes away if the person receiving the support remarries. Spousal support is based on length of the marriage and the lifestyle incurred during the marriage. Legal analyist, Anne Tressler from Tressler Law
explains how this works.