John Lanza shares why parents should not pair chores and allowance together. We also review why parents should consider a larger allowance to increase their money smarts.
Allison Kade gives 10% of her income to charities and causes she's passionate about. Since last year, my family gave only 1% of our income to charity, I seek out advice for her on how we can ladder up and become more charitable.
Joel Florek has 31 multi-family rental units valued at $1.5 Million and he's only 25 years old. We review his early success on the podcast and discuss the benefits of multi-family real estate investing.
As a young mother, Sarah Li Cain works part-time from her home as a professional writer. Her income recently surpassed $100,000. Here's how she's doing it.
Nick asked what we did with our money after our mortgage was paid off. Angela wants to know what do with her money after she maxed her 401k. And I challenge you to crush your goals before the new year!
Martin Dasko and Kristen Manieri discuss the importance of dating in marriage and why it could be the best investment you make. We review dozens of date night ideas to get you inspired!
Jillian Johnsrud achieved financial independence while raising 4 foster children and 2 biological children. We review her foster care experience and how she helped her family thrive financially.
Pete Mockaitis discusses how young parents can excel at work and bring home more money. We also discuss how we can be more productive so we can enjoy the best work/life balance possible.
Joe feels like he's drowning in his $200,000 of student loans and he's not sure where to start. We review 5 ways for him to break free from his pile of debt.
Eric Rosenberg left Corporate America to pursue a life as a full-time writer. As a young father, he's able to spend time with his family and have no commute in Southern California. And he's making $10,000 per month to boot.
Farnoosh Torabi, author and personal finance expert, shares the advantages to society when women make more money. We also discuss the dynamic of a household when wives make more than their husbands.
Rocky Lalvani has become a multi-millionaire through stock marketing and real estate investing, but it wasn't always perfect. Some traditional financial advice he received steered him in the wrong direction during his major wealth building years.
Saving can be hard when you have no motivation. Today, we share 10 compelling reasons to save your money. We also hear from Ally Bank about how they make saving money a lot easier.
Rachel Cruze, NY Times Best Selling Author, discusses the importance of gratitude and humility when we're feeling jealous of the success of our friends and family. With 24/7 social media, we're constantly battling the draw of keeping up with the Joneses.
Want to figure out how you or your spouse can stay at home with the kids? Real estate investing worked for Joel Larsgaard's family. His wife was able to stay at home with their two kids after they built up enough passive income from their rental homes.
After paying off our mortgage, Nicole and I began arguing more than we ever before in our 8 years of marriage. On the show, we talk about how we're partnering together and getting third-party support through marriage counseling. Zoey and Calvin join in on the fun too!
J. Money (from Budgets Are Sexy) shares why he's tracked his net worth every month for the last 10 years. As he approaches millionaire status, his wealth building priorities and overall goals have started to change.
Brian is about to become debt free and he's wondering what to do next. Allison writes in to chat about how to not overspend and overcommit on kid's activities. And we hear from Zelle about the boom in the peer-to-peer payment industry.
Talaat McNeely recently paid off his $330,000 mortgage after 5 years of dedication and perseverance. He did this on a single income and now officially owns his home outright. Here's how he did it.
Real estate investor, Chad "Coach" Carson, shares how we can all retire early with real estate. Whether you're just getting started or you've been investing for a while, Chad's advice on financial independence with rental properties is priceless.
Bobbi Rebell, Author and CFP, shares how we can all become financial grownups through automation, saving and fighting the YOLO craze.
When you get the point of becoming debt free, you have a decision to make ... Do you pay off the mortgage or do you invest? Luke from Indiana asks this question and I give him my best answer.
Mark Bovair and Andy Hill discuss fatherhood, work and why we still need to have an identity outside of "parent" and "full-time worker". This candid chat explores topics like minimalism, pursuing your passions and what being a "good role model" means as a parent.
Paul Vasey, Founder of Cash Crunch Games, shares how his board games help kids learn about saving, earning and debt. We talk about how parents can feel empowered to promote financial literacy and have fun with their children at the same time.
Tom and Ariana Sylvester have designed a life that provides time for their businesses and their young family. We discuss how other entrepreneurs can follow their passion for their side hustle and create a well-crafted family entrepreneur life.