Business owners get a lot of perks regular people don’t. But here’s the secret: Business owners are ordinary people, and starting a small business isn’t that hard. Maybe you don’t think you’re the type of person who should run a small business. Do you have a family? Then you should incorporate your family into a small business.
Fights over money are a leading cause of divorce. Andrew’s wife Laura joins us to talk about getting a reluctant spouse on board financially.
Thinking about lending money? We’ll wade into the mine field of money lending to family and friends.
Insurance can be confusing so we interview two experts, Todd Berkley and John Young to help us navigate Obamacare and HSA’s.
It’s Mother’s Day. Matt and Andrew interview their mom’s to find out what financial lessons they’ve learned.
Here are a few money-saving tips when planning and hosting Thanksgiving. Since I’m not the wealthiest dude, I found some really great ways to save cash.
You might think there is no such thing as loving your children too much but helicopter parenting can detrimentally impact a child’s entire life.
Money is a big point of contention for a lot of couples. We think of two people who are both scraping by and lack of money is a point of stress.
In the wake of the Ashley Madison hack, we explore another kind of infidelity, financial infidelity, which can be just as devastating as sexual infidelity.
Relationships are hard enough as it is without talking about finances. So we’re gonna lay it down about how to handle money in a relationship.
Every gift you give a child is a chance to inspire saving, investing, and entrepreneurship. These are some money gift ideas.
Today the guys talk to Kim Palmer, mother of two and author of Smart Mom, Rich Mom about how to build wealth while raising a family and preparing financially for parenthood.
It’s not romantic but if we looked at having a baby as a business decision, it would provide information to make better choices. The business of babies.
Money is almost as taboo a subject as sex and arguably, just as important in a relationship. But too few people bring it up. Today we are getting financially naked with the Broke Millennial.
Today the guys talk to Christen from The Broke-Ass Bride on how to have the wedding you want without going broke.
The average American wedding costs over $25,000. Andrew and I did it for half that. I’ll share our money saving secrets for a beautiful wedding.
You can spend big bucks impressing your special someone on Valentine’s Day or you can use my bootleg methods to save some cash while still getting some. These are Valentine’s Day ideas that will save you money.
Dating can be expensive, but dinner and a movie gets expensive and boring pretty fast. Here are 16 inexpensive date ideas that you can do with your partner.
We all have dating red flags and if we spot one, bail before getting in too deep. Financial relationship red flags take longer to spot. Be vigilant.