What a year! Has the judgment increased lately or is it just us? For as hard as we try, why do we judge others?
And why do we care what others think about us?
Nicole and Andy discuss recent judgment they have both received as well as judgment they've doled out.
They discuss some takeaways on steps they are trying to improve personally.
Wendy Hill Manson wanted a side hustle to make some extra money to help her boys pay for college. She decided to take the plunge into Airbnb.
A few years later, she's now an Airbnb Superhost with 4 rental units and ready to expand.
Last year, she made over $100,000 with Airbnb!
Wendy shares how she got started, the mistakes she made along the way, and how Airbnb is helping her ease into retirement.
What is your policy on doing business with family and friends?
Nicole and Andy discuss the awkward nature of working with people you know instead of people you don't know.
It's easy to go with the 5-star rated service on Yelp, but there may be some untold benefit to support your brother, sister or cousin in their business venture.
Is it worth it?
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Are you ready to buy a house, but you're not sure you can afford it?
That's the situation our friend Ryan is in today. He is planning to move and wants to stop renting because he feels like it's a waste of money.
I share 5 strategies that will help him know when he is ready to buy a house.
Also, I answer another question from Karen about consolidating investment accounts.
Lastly, Janelle Page from Indiana shares how she paid off her house in just 3 years!
Should the man always pay for dinner on dates?
What about dinners with friends? How do you handle that?
Nicole grew up in a different culture than Andy and they discuss how this "paying for dinner" situation has caused a lot of controversy in their marriage.
They review the pros and cons of being generous with paying the bill and if you might actually offend someone if you insist on paying.
What do you think?
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CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger shares common money mistakes to avoid on our financial journey.
It's fun to celebrate the big financial wins, but it can be just as important to review our mistakes. That way we learn from them and grow.
Jill Schlesinger, Author of "The Dumb Things Smart People Do with Their Money: Thirteen Ways to Right Your Financial Wrongs", breaks down why we make these mistakes and what we can do to avoid them in the future.
Is it more important to increase your income or decrease your expenses?
Which lever is more important to pull on your financial journey?
Nicole throws a curveball at Andy and tells him he can't choose both. Boo!
They discuss the decisions they've made in their marriage regarding increasing income and decreasing expenses.
Given the power of both options, what do you think is the right answer?
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Are you in your 30's and you're ready to start investing?
Well, you may already be an investor and you didn't even know it! Find out why when I chat with Broke Millennial Author, Erin Lowry.
She discusses how we can invest for our retirement and for other events in our lives and pay fewer taxes in the process.
We also discuss how to find a financial advisor you can trust and why fiduciary may be the best "f-word" ever!