65 episodes

This show will help you and your spouse / significant other make sure that the *money* conversation doesn't get in the way. Our guests will help you navigate your finances as a team! We'll discuss topics like:
- Buying your first home,
- How to afford to have children
- Managing money as newlyweds
- Budgeting as a couple, and more.

Along the way, you're sure to become Money & Relationships Rockstars!

Hosted by Adam Kol, The Couples Financial Coach. He helps couples go from financial overwhelm, avoidance, or fighting to financial clarity, stability, peace of mind, and teamwork.

Adam brings over a decade of experience as a Certified Mediator, former Tax Lawyer and Financial Advisor, and Coach.

If you want to make both your relationship & finances work, then this podcast is for you.

Couples Financial Coach Podcast Adam Kol, The Couples Financial Coach

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.5 • 10 Ratings

This show will help you and your spouse / significant other make sure that the *money* conversation doesn't get in the way. Our guests will help you navigate your finances as a team! We'll discuss topics like:
- Buying your first home,
- How to afford to have children
- Managing money as newlyweds
- Budgeting as a couple, and more.

Along the way, you're sure to become Money & Relationships Rockstars!

Hosted by Adam Kol, The Couples Financial Coach. He helps couples go from financial overwhelm, avoidance, or fighting to financial clarity, stability, peace of mind, and teamwork.

Adam brings over a decade of experience as a Certified Mediator, former Tax Lawyer and Financial Advisor, and Coach.

If you want to make both your relationship & finances work, then this podcast is for you.

    How Attachment Styles Impact Financial Well Being

    How Attachment Styles Impact Financial Well Being

    Think your childhood doesn't impact your financial well-being? Think again.
    The attachment style we develop at a young age directly influences our communication and behavior in intimate relationships and with financial decisions.
    But there’s good news: our brains are *not* fixed. 
    In this episode, Couples Therapist, Financial Therapist, and CFP™ Ed Coambs will teach you:
    The four attachment styles and how they impact our behavior in relationships.  [2:40] Of the six key financial areas, which is the most stressful for couples to discuss.  [6:58] How an unresolved relationship with money can negatively affect your life. [19:13] How to develop secure attachment patterns. [24:14] His new book, The Healthy Love & Money Way: How The Four Attachment Styles Impact Your Financial Well-Being, details how the intersection of attachment styles shows up in couples’ financial decision-making. 
    Read all the show notes, get Ed’s links, and find out more at https://ahkcoaching.com/podcast
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    How healthy is your relationship with money & your honey? Find out HERE!
    And for more money & relationships resources, visit: https://CouplesFinancialCoach.com

    • 40 min
    Awkward Money Conversations with Family

    Awkward Money Conversations with Family

    “Couples and money” is being discussed more and more frequently in the media. But what about those other money conversations?
    You know, the awkward money conversations with family and friends. Maybe your friend asked to borrow money. Or you need to discuss your parents’ financial plan after retirement.
    Everyone seems to dread these, and for good reason...if they’re not handled in a healthy way, the relationship could suffer as a result.
    As our guest, Erin Lowry, author of the Broke Millennial series, teaches us:
    How being proactive in talking about money can help you avoid a crisis later [04:23] How to have awkward money conversations in a tactful, healthy way [09:12] Why it’s important to get vulnerable and have the money conversations that others typically avoid [18:50] She gives practical advice on how to bring up taboo money topics with family plus useful guidelines and scripts on how to protect the relationship while doing so.
    Read all the show notes, get Erin’s links, and find out more at https://ahkcoaching.com/podcast
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    How healthy is your relationship with money & your honey? Find out HERE!
    And for more money & relationships resources, visit: https://CouplesFinancialCoach.com

    • 38 min
    Working Mom Life (As The Breadwinner) Part 2 of 2

    Working Mom Life (As The Breadwinner) Part 2 of 2

    Times have changed, but have our attitudes shifted toward working mothers?
    In part two of our interview with Meghan Dwyer, Financial Planner and host of the podcast Money Isn't Scary, we continue unpacking the challenges for female breadwinners in a society that’s still too close to our Disney Fairytales.
    Bottom Line: while each partnership is unique, childcare and emotional support still fall disproportionately to women in heterosexual relationships.
    In this episode, we examine:
    How men can support their partners [7:07] Steps female breadwinners can take to decompress without putting a dent in their budget [3:56] How employers can take a stand to support women in the workplace [19:48] Read all the show notes, get Meghan’s links, and find out more at https://ahkcoaching.com/podcast
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    How healthy is your relationship with money & your honey? Find out HERE!
    And for more money & relationships resources, visit: https://CouplesFinancialCoach.com

    • 33 min
    Working Mom Life (As The Breadwinner) Part 1 of 2

    Working Mom Life (As The Breadwinner) Part 1 of 2

    Fears, Feelings, and Fatigue, OH MY!
    Today we have a no-fluff conversation with Financial Planner and Podcast Host Meghan Dwyer about juggling career, family, and the nuances that come with being a female breadwinner.
    Money isn't scary, but we all have stories that we tell ourselves about our self-worth and ability to handle finances. For many women these stories are deeply embedded, negative, and reinforced throughout their lives.
    In part one of this two-part series, we explore:
    The patriarchal attitudes that still define women's role in the workplace and home The emotions that women feel as the primary breadwinner How to process those emotions healthily Read all the show notes, get Meghan’s links, and find out more at https://ahkcoaching.com/podcast
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    How healthy is your relationship with money & your honey? Find out HERE!
    And for more money & relationships resources, visit: https://CouplesFinancialCoach.com

    • 26 min
    What To Do When Money Talks Get Heated

    What To Do When Money Talks Get Heated

    Money, kids, and in-laws...those have to be the top 3 reasons couples fight, right?
    Today's guest can't help you with the last two, but they've got you covered on the first. Money is an emotional trigger for many couples, and even seemingly-innocent conversations can lead to heated arguments that are difficult to resolve and may boil over into other areas of the relationship.
    Men -- don’t miss this one. It’s for everyone, but there’s something powerful in the humility and perspective Stephen Finney brings.
    Who hasn't had a disagreement with their partner about blown budgets, missed payments, or a lack of the extra income needed to enjoy life?
    Financial Coach Stephen Finney is on a mission to help couples recover from money battles and embarrassment so that they can save, spend, and give according to their goals.
    Listen up as he shares his five-step framework to manage, and most importantly bounce back from heated money arguments with our partners. [8:21]
    Stephen Finney helps couples overcome their money conflicts so they can create a legacy of love and trust. His program “Grow Together!” coaches couples through their financial conflicts and struggles with communication over money.
    (Read all the show notes, get Stephen’s links, and find out more at https://ahkcoaching.com/podcast)
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    How healthy is your relationship with money & your honey? Find out HERE!
    And for more money & relationships resources, visit: https://CouplesFinancialCoach.com

    • 30 min
    Conflict, Communication, and Problem Solving With Your Partner

    Conflict, Communication, and Problem Solving With Your Partner

    What would it be like to handle money in a way that highlights your strength and that you actually *enjoy* doing?!
    And Kolbe Theory ™ Certified Coach Michael Dickey is here to show us how!
    Join Michael as he takes us through his signature framework to learn how to:
    Determine if you are prone to disagreements as a couple and what to do about it [7:45] What to do when your conative mind doesn't align with societal norms [16:03] How to use your strengths to strive in and out of work [20:00] Micheal Dickey is the Chief Leadership Officer at Fiscal Fitness Phoenix and has been a Certified Kolbe Consultant since 2019.
    Together with Kelsa Dickey, his wife and business partner, they and their team are "helping driven professionals and solopreneurs gain clarity and stress less with their money." 

    (Read all the show notes, get Michael’s links, and find out more at https://ahkcoaching.com/podcast)
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    How healthy is your relationship with money & your honey? Find out HERE!
    And for more money & relationships resources, visit: https://CouplesFinancialCoach.com

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

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10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Chocoholic Jedi ,

Adam has a great perspective

Adam’s thoughts on money and relationships are really insightful and helpful!

Rachelrichards92 ,

Great podcast!

So glad I stumbled on this podcast! I just listened to the Rental Secrets episode with Justin Pogue. It was really insightful. I’ve rented out a room from a friend to save money before, and I’m so glad I did. Adam does a great job delivering tons of value with his guests - highly recommend!

VPCarter ,

The real deal

Adam’s combination of knowledge, heart, and sincerity is hard to beat! Great ms informative listen.

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