Ever have that day at work? ....you know the one....where you want to tell your boss just where to put this "wonderful" job? Well, it's time to stop complaining and instead use it as motivation to roll your savings plan into reality.
Kali Hawlk from CommonSenseMillennial.com joins us with a funny and inspiring concept. Why not create a "go to hell" fund that you use to help you toward financial independence? Great saving is all about staying motivated and finding ways to stash more....so as funny as it sounds, Kali may be on to something great.
Show notes are available at StackingBenjamins.com
Brandon Turner from BiggerPockets helps us kick off the new Wednesday edition of the podcast by sharing 5 real estate myths that the "gurus" like to spread. We ask him about flipping, renting, tax issues and Section 8, among others.
Joe & OG dig into the mailbag to take reader questions. Doug has trivia. We review a Netflix flick.
Show notes are available at StackingBenjamins.com/47
This week our shortwave roundtable gang of Greg McFarlane and Barbara Friedberg tackle the hot topic of "makin' mo' money." According to an article by Jason Steele at PTMoney.com, there are five ways to make more, and they walk through each one.
Suzanne Lucas, the Evil HR Lady, talks hair....specifically: can your boss tell you how to wear your hair?
Joe & OG take on this week's headlines, including advisors who don't lead, a Netflix user scam, and the true value of an Oscar.
Show notes are available at StackingBenjamins.com/46
Author Emily Guy Birken joins us to talk about four popular ways online sites grab money out of your pocket. She'll show us the traps and then the smart moves to avoid emptying your wallet.
It's another top 5 week! Also, we discuss winter weather and the stock market, Harvard admissions and take your letters. Greg and special guest Erin Lowry wonder how to best "savor" your savings. PK tackles over-optimization.
Show notes are available at StackingBenjamins.com/45
Brandon, aka the "Mad Fientist" joins us in the basement to talk retirement planning tools. How far away is financial independence for you? He's created a tool to help you project just how close you might be to that magic number.
Show notes are links to the tool are at StackingBenjamins.com.
Do you know how much money you need to retire? If you follow popular commercials, you may even THINK you know just how important it is....but Todd Tresidder from Financial Mentor (blog and podcast) says that you may only know half the story...
Joe & OG tackle changing real estate trends...people are renting longer, PK shares some dollar cost averaging research, while the shortwave gang (Paula, Len and Greg) tackle the financial media. Who should you listen to for advice?
Show notes and links to Todd's popular book are available at StackingBenjamins.com/44
Matt Giovanisci and Andrew Fiebert from ListenMoneyMatters.com detail how they planned and created a personal finance rap video in and around New York City. I'm fairly certainly we've never had a funnier interview.
Fibbing Recruiters, good wines for less and restaurants on the cheap....all in a single episode? Absolutely! Suzanne Lucas (the Evil HR Lady) shares why that recruiter isn't calling you back. Vincent Senator of Vincent's Fine Wines teaches you how to pick good vino for less. Our roundtable of Joel Laarsgard and Lance Cohern tackle how to save money while eating at restaurants.
You want more? We show you how to win a $100 Amazon shopping spree and Joe & OG worry about the latest bitcoin debacle.
Show notes are at Stackingbenjamins.com.