Kraig Mathias from the Chasing Financial Freedom podcast and CreateMyIndependence.com tells us the strategies he used to double his income in a short time. Does he have any magical tips? Nope. However, you'll find his candid ideas refreshing and a good reminder of how working smart can pay long term dividends. We also hear about Kraig's new course!
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A HUGE cast joins us this week to help you plan the perfect wedding. Tracey Fricke from Special Occasion by Design and Andrea Travillian from Take A Smart Step help Kathleen O'Malley from Frugal Portland strategize about her wedding. Our newest contributor, the Evil HR Lady Suzanne Lucas tackles changes you'll need to make at work within 30 days, CFP Jason Hull from Fort Worth discusses counseling new couples, and our roundtable of Len, Paula and Greg compare Len's wedding to that of Chelsea Clinton. Of course, we have much, much more fun for you in store.
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How money money has slipped through your hands during your lifetime? Jacob Wade from iHeartBudgets.net added it up...and the number isn't pretty.
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Kimberly Palmer, US News and World Report Alpha Consumer blogger and author of the new book The Economy of You joins us in the basement this week to talk about recession-proofing your income. What would you do if you were unexpectedly laid off tomorrow?
PK is back for more fun this week, as is the roundtable gang of Len, Paula and Greg. Joe & OG review a ton of new films at the end of the show.
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Jason Gordo, co-founder of Flexscore joins us in the basement to talk about measuring your financial progress. You know your credit score, but what's your overall financial health score? He'll tell you how he and his team created a measurement to tell you just how well you're doing overall (not just with debt....like your credit score).
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Brian O'Connor and his family decided to tackle the ten areas of their budget and trim $100 from each, for a total savings of $1,000. Did he make it? We discuss the surprises, his best tips, and whether he succeeded.
PK goes after media outlets that talk about returns WITHOUT dividends. Are dividends important? Joe & OG ask whether emerging markets are too risky for your portfolio right now. The roundtable of Len, Paula and Greg compare the seven deadly sins to personal finance. Which are you guilty of?
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