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Recognizing Linguistic Cues To Align Financial Coaching Strategies With The Transtheoretical Model Of Change, Lucy M. Delgadillo Dec 2017

Recognizing Linguistic Cues To Align Financial Coaching Strategies With The Transtheoretical Model Of Change, Lucy M. Delgadillo

Applied Sciences, Technology and Education Faculty Publications

Financial coaching is more effective if a finance professional understands where a client is in the process of change. This article presents five mini scenarios exemplifying the stages of change as they apply to clients receiving financial coaching as well as a sampling of coaching strategies useful for helping clients move through those stages. In particular, the focus of each mini scenario is language used by clients that can provide clues about the stage of change the client is in. Financial management Extension professionals can use the information presented to recognize linguistic cues related to stages of change and align …


Cc98-410 Money 2000+ News (Introductory Issue), Kathleen Prochaska-Cue Jan 1998

Cc98-410 Money 2000+ News (Introductory Issue), Kathleen Prochaska-Cue

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension: Historical Materials

Money 2000+ is a program designed to increase the financial well being of Nebraskans through increased savings and reduced household debt. This Campaign Circular, Money 2000+ News is an introductory publication to this program which talks about setting goals for saving money, downsizing your debt with ways to save with credit cards, passing up things that waste money, record keeping, looking for ways to save money, avoiding late fees, and saving and credit tips.


G94-1227 Preparation For Retirement: Planning When Still Employed, George P. Rowe Jan 1994

G94-1227 Preparation For Retirement: Planning When Still Employed, George P. Rowe

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension: Historical Materials

Retirement preparation includes planning for financial security, health maintenance, a social network, and meaningful activities.

Retirement is defined as partial or complete withdrawal from career work accompanied by a change in the sources and amount of income. Most persons choose to retire today between the ages of 62 and 66 since eligibility for partial Social Security benefits begins at age 62 with full benefits available by age 65. Full benefits will begin later for Americans born after 1959 when they reach age 67 in 2027. For most occupations, there is no mandatory age at which people have to quit working. …


G93-1162 Financial Planning, Kathleen Prochaska-Cue Jan 1993

G93-1162 Financial Planning, Kathleen Prochaska-Cue

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension: Historical Materials

This NebGuide discusses the importance of financial planning, the results of not planning finances, and the important steps to take in making a financial plan.

Achieving financial security in today's rapidly changing world requires more than earning an adequate income. Making sound decisions about managing financial resources is essential if financial success and security is to be attained. Financial planning refers to this decision making process.

Financial planning is the continuing process of decision making about obtaining, protecting, and using financial resources throughout life. Financial planning means developing and implementing plans to meet defined financial goals and objectives.

Financial goals …