Lisa Harrison discovered the FIRE Movement and started adopting the early retirement lifestyle. She then had a change of heart.
Damian Dunn, CFP and co-host of the Pete the Planner Show, shares how we can save and invest for our kid's future. We review the benefits of a 529 college savings plan, Roth IRA for Kids and much more.
After finding our dream home, we became worried about paying a big mortgage for decades. So we decided to pay off our 15-year mortgage in 5 years instead.
Facebook and Instagram Ads Strategist Monica Louie shares how she grew her online business to multi-six-figures in revenue in just a few years. We also discuss how her home-based business allows her to be a more happy and present parent.
Wes is paying off $100,000 of debt. He wants a side hustle that pays $30 per hour or more that he can do from home. As a young father, he's looking for flexibility to be with family and make more money.
I share 14 side hustle ideas he can consider.
Jim Sheils, Author of the Family Board Meeting, shares why one-on-one time with our kids and our spouse is crucial a happy homelife. After coaching hundreds of entrepreneurs, Jim feels one-on-one time with family is the best investment we can make.
There is a lot of debate around whether or not you should pay your mortgage off early. After my wife and I paid off our $200,000 mortgage off in less than 5 years, we know it was the right decision for us. Here are 10 compelling reasons to consider paying off your mortgage early.
Jill Sirianni shares why she and her husband decided to live in a 170 square foot tiny home. We discuss the pros and cons of tiny home living and how embracing minimalism can help you eliminate debt and stress from your life.
Julie is living paycheck to paycheck. She and her husband live near a major city and make around $100,000 per year, but they have nothing to show for it. Julie is frustrated and wants to know how she can do better.
Real estate investor Rich Carey shares how be bought 20 rental properties in cash while serving in the military abroad. He shares how real estate made him a millionaire and how you can buy your first buy-and-hold rental unit in cash too.
When my daughter was born, I instantly thought about how I could best protect my new family's future. Financial Independence rose to the top of the list.
Chelsea Brennan shares how parents can navigate their finances before and after pregnancy. As a former Wall Street working Mom, she has a lot of experience with this important moment in a mother's life.
Patrick wants to know if he should pay off his 30-year mortgage early or invest the money in the stock market. We provide 5 different options for him to consider with this big financial decision.
Stephanie O'Connell Rodriguez just had the wedding of her dreams. She paid $40,000 for her big day without taking on any debt. Here's how she did it.
Ryan and Regan Whitlock partnered together and paid off $40,000 of debt in less than 8 months. They did this through communication, compromise and boosting their income. As parents-to-be, they've now set themselves up for future family financial success.
Future college costs are insane. I'm sharing 5 strategies we're using to help our kids graduate student debt free.
Also, I interview Julien and Kiersten Saunders, from the award-winning blog Rich & Regular, on how they paid off their mortgage in 3 years.
Angela Rozmyn from Tread Lightly, Retire Early shares how she and her husband are pursuing financial independence but not at the expense of enjoying their lives today. Angela outlines what brings her joy, what doesn't and how she aligns her spending to fit with those priorities.
Nicole Hill discussed how minimalism is allowing her to more easily enjoy her home, kids, and money. She also shares practical tips for others looking to bring organization and simplification to their home life.
Thinking of having THE money talk with your parents but not sure where to start? Cameron Huddleston shows us how to navigate these difficult financial conversations and we review the importance of estate planning documents.
Tracking your spending is one of the best ways to eliminate your debt and build wealth for your family. Here's how to make the budget process with your spouse fun ... introducing the Budget Party.
When Chris Browning got married, he and his wife accumulated $27,000 of credit card debt. Working together for 2.5 years, they were able to pay it all off and then some. Here's how they did it.
Daniel has paid off $90,000 of debt, but still has $100,000 more to go. He and his wife are having difficulty staying motivated and are looking for advice to keep going.
Logan Allec shares how we can help our kids become future millionaires by investing in a Roth IRA early in their lives. There are certain rules he reviews to ensure we're helping our children become rich correctly.
Scott Rieckens and his wife Taylor are pursuing financial independence. They are working on finding the right savings rate for their family. And it's not that easy.
In order to achieve financial independence, our family needs to decrease our annual expenses. But at the same time, we don't want to eliminate all of the fun in our lives.
I outline how we've done both over the past 4 years. We decreased our expenses while increasing our fun.