Do you have financial planning tips for homeschoolers? Homeschoolers
can learn a lot about debt management and financial planning in Taffy’s new book, “Debt Dilemma,” but she
also had these words of wisdom to share:
“Most people don’t plan to homeschool, but if you can eliminate small debts early you will have more money
for homeschool resources.” Taffy put this to practice herself and by eliminating weekly visits to the beauty salon,
they were able to “find” extra money for homeschool resources.
“Watch how your money is being spent, you don’t get into debt overnight and you don’t get out overnight!”
Taffy encourages everyone to keep tabs of their credit report and address any errors immediately, “Don’t be afraid
to dispute errors.”
“Make a list of your monthly bills, acknowledge you have made mistakes, pray and believe God to take care of your
finances.” The Wagners conduct workshops together and find that these words of encouragement are extremely helpful.
“God will open up doors for homeschoolers and bless you to provide for your family. God provides through spouses or
other people, but still you must believe that God will meet your needs through people.”
“If you are in debt, you can get out without filing bankruptcy.” Both Taffy and Eric Wagner have made themselves
available to homeschoolers who would like help with financial planning. As a couple, they feel lead by the Lord to help other
families at no charge. “Often, people buy the book and realize they need more assistance which has created the demand
for the seminars.” The seminars are free and are conducted around the country. To contact the Wagners or to find a seminar
near you, visit their website "Journey to Wholeness."