Yep, it’s time of the year again for New Years Resolutions to kick-in and for many of us, that means getting your finances in order. Ready for the new year?
Nothing ruins a trip faster than being pick pocketed, scammed or having a card number stolen. Take a few simple steps to protect your money when traveling.
Here are some important things to know before you move forward with one of the largest financial transaction of your life- closing a real estate deal.
Finally, a tool that helps you build your credit responsibly. Debitize helps you from spending money you don’t have and keep your spending back on track.
43 million U.S. households are renters. If you’re thinking about buying rental property, that number might mislead you to think it’s an easy way to make a buck. Real estate investing can be an excellent passive income stream but success requires due diligence. I’m going to walk you through the steps of buying your first rental property so you don’t lose money – or your sanity. Let’s dive in.
Maybe you are rich. Maybe you are poor. Maybe you have experienced being both at some point in your life. If you haven’t figured it out yet, being rich isn’t all about money. It’s about well-being, abundance, having time, success, and mindset. There are definitely social issues that contribute to poverty, however, rich vs poor mindsets and habits can also drive wealth and success.
Thomas and Andrew get nerdy about the numbers and chat about how to calculate rental yield to see if a property will be a smart investment.
Using the power of leverage to purchase real estate can be a great tool, a way to make money with someone else’s money. But it does come with risks.
When you’re organized, you’re more efficient. Being organized helps you “weed” out tasks you don’t need to do and “seed’ things that will create success.
We’re joined by a previous guest. Chris Costello joins us to talk about how to retire happy when you optimize your 401K account with Blooom.
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.
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.
Almost 50% of Americans cannot come up with $400 if they needed it urgently. 1 in 3 Americans has $0 saved for retirement. It’s clear, we’re way better at spending money then we are saving leaving too many American households living paycheck to paycheck with close to nothing saved for the future.
You can DIY a lot of your financial life but sometimes you need some help. But you only want to choose the best people when it comes to your money. Today we’re discussing how to interview and hire a financial team.
Insurance is so complicated and confusing. So we brought an expert, Jennifer Fitzgerald from Policy Genius to help us navigate the murky depths.
I’m obsessed with thrift stores. Walking through one is like exploring a magical treasure trove. You never know what you’re going to find thrifting.
Our listeners send in some great questions, and today we tackle 5 of them. We answer 5 questions about down payments, debts, IRAs, 401k fees, and investing during a chaotic period in the stock market.
The guys tackle 5 great listener questions today about investing, debt, inheritance, bonds, and budgeting irregular income.
We get a lot of listener questions, and sometimes we get the same question several times. When that happens, we know a 5 questions episode is in order! Today we bring you questions on profit sharing, tradelines, 403Bs, 401ks, and paying off debt.
Today we answer 5 questions about drinking on the job, Lending Club, borrowing from family, green mutual funds, having fun, and buying a first home.
This week the guys tackle 5 questions from the audience on windfalls, real estate, and building credit.
This week the guys tackle 5 questions from the audience on debt, real estate investing and freelancing.
We have officially reached 100 episodes! Thomas and Andrew have learned so much from each other and the awesome guests we’ve had on the show.
The guys talk to Eric Bowlin, successful multi-unit real estate investor from Texas about how he created a successful real estate empire by the age of 30.
He was a writer, a publisher, a statesman, an inventor, and a renowned ladies man. He was timeless because Ben Franklin quotes are still relevant today.
After years of experience being on both ends of the hiring process, Mark Fiebert gives us some great tips how to land a job.
The wage pay gap between men and women has been a major issue but the only way women are going to get paid what their worth is to ask for it.
Financial literacy is desperately needed for veterans, and today our guest works to help service families secure economic future they feel good about.
Not until lately have entrepreneurs come forward to talk about the severe mental struggles they face including today’s guest, Sheryl O’Loughlin.
When you are moving to a new city, everything is new and exciting, but it can also be a little scary. Preparing will help you get past that unfamiliarity of a new city. Whether you are looking to move to Denver or Denmark, there are a lot of things you need to take into consideration.
Happy 4th of July! While you are watching fireworks, remember how much hard work and dedication it took the founders of the United States to declare independence. It takes the same effort and dedication when it comes to financial independence. These are the best habits for independence.
It’s hard sticking to a budget day to day and even more so while relaxing on vacation. Don’t leave your budget behind when jetting off.
We have all asked ourselves at some point, do I need life insurance? You’re young and healthy, nothing is going to happen to you. Right?
You often hear “overnight” success stories when it comes to people who have quit their jobs to start a business, but it doesn’t happen that way. It takes a lot of work and planning to get there. If you’re fed up with the 9-5 grind, we’ll show you how to quit your job and actually start a business.
Do you have a monthly budget? If not, how do you know how much you can spend? How do you track spending? You don’t! So you’re going to start a budget.
We like to check in with our listeners and see how their financial life is going. Today we will take a look at This Financial Life with Corey. We will show him how to make more money by starting a music teaching business.
How would you feel if you made $3.75 million in bonuses a year? It hard to imagine but our guest has done it. And he wrote a book about it! Today we have a chat with Sam Polk, author of For the Love of Money.
It’s been a while but we are back with our Better Know a Millionaire segment and today the guys talk to entrepreneur, speaker and house painter Matt Shoup.
Growing your wealth is not just about investing some money in the market. To achieve financial independence starts with better decision making.
The guys talk with Shannon McLay, a financial planner, blogger and podcaster who left her financial services job to start her own company The Financial Gym.
The guys chat with Laura Novak, owner of Little Nest Portraits, about starting a franchise and what systems need to be put in place to make it successful.
Whether you believe it or not, we have all heard the saying money can’t buy happiness. Maybe it’s time to change your mindset. It’s about what’s possible.
We all battle distraction and it can overwhelm us sometimes but there are plenty of ways to get focused.
How does a currency just materialize from thin air? What is a Bitcoin? Want to know how to invest in Bitcoin? We’ll break down the mystery for you.
How can you make a business partnership with your spouse work without damaging your romantic partnership? Andrew and I are doing just that. Here’s how.
Whether you’re have a business, or looking to start a one it’s important to listen to your peers. We’re sharing our 10 years of small business tips.
Emotions impact every financial decision we face and sometimes it causes us to make choices out of fear or greed which may not always be the best decisions.