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Everyday People CAN Build Wealth in their Lives! This podcast is about Personal Finance, Investing and Everyday Money Topics. Each week, Jason brings on financial experts from across the globe to talk about money, financial independence, real-estate, insurance, investing, debt and a variety of other money topics. Furthermore, the guests share their money stories and how they are building wealth in their life. Hosted by Jason from TheWealthHound.com and his co-host Randy the Coonhound. Enjoy!

Everyday People CAN Build Wealth in their Lives! This podcast is about Personal Finance, Investing and Everyday Money Topics. Each week, Jason brings on financial experts from across the globe to talk about money, financial independence, real-estate, insurance, investing, debt and a variety of other money topics. Furthermore, the guests share their money stories and how they are building wealth in their life. Hosted by Jason from TheWealthHound.com and his co-host Randy the Coonhound. Enjoy!
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Everyday People CAN Build Wealth in their Lives! This podcast is about Personal Finance, Investing and Everyday Money Topics. Each week, Jason brings on financial experts from across the globe to talk about money, financial independence, real-estate, insurance, investing, debt and a variety of other money topics. Furthermore, the guests share their money stories and how they are building wealth in their life. Hosted by Jason from TheWealthHound.com and his co-host Randy the Coonhound. Enjoy!

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Episodes

Why You May Need a *FAT* Nest Egg

1/13/2019
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Have you ever wondered how much you will actually need to save for retirement? I think we all have and that question is difficult to answer because so many variables come into play. On this episode, Fritz, an early retiree, and founder of The Retirement Manifesto, shares why he chose to pad his (early) retirement nest egg beyond what many would consider to be "enough".

Duration:00:44:52

How to Retire on Your Own Terms

12/31/2018
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Happy Retirement Day, Jim! This week, Jim, from the Route to Retire Blog, joins us to talk about his route to retirement and how he retired at 43 years old with over a million dollar net worth! He's an everyday guy who has done what many would consider impossible. Regardless of when you plan to retire, Jim has some great tips for how to plan to pull the retirement trigger and to retire on your own terms.

Duration:00:35:18

Staying On Budget During The Holidays

12/17/2018
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The Holidays often wreak havoc on our budgets... but it doesn't have to be that way! Nicole Lapin joins us this week to help us stay on budget during the holidays. Nicole is a New York Times bestselling author and current host of the CW's business reality competition show "Hatched". She is Redbook Magazine's first-ever money columnist and the first female "Money Expert of the Year" for the second year running. I hope you enjoy our discussion with Nicole!

Duration:00:30:49

Make Extra Money From A Side Hustle

12/3/2018
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Are you looking for ways to make extra money and/or challenge yourself during your free time? Side Hustles are a great way to make some extra money and learn a thing or two in the meantime. It's easier than ever to start a side hustle and can be a great way to save more or pay off debt. On this episode, Nick Loper, the Chief Side Hustler at Side Hustle Nation, is here to share some tips for aspiring side hustlers, and over 250 side hustles to help you get started today!

Duration:00:40:46

The Basics of Tax Planning

11/26/2018
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For most people, taxes are a drag. However, they are an integral piece of the wealth-building puzzle! CFP, CPA and Tax Guru, Megan Brinsfield, is here this week to share some basic tax tips to help us all start winning with our taxes! We discuss how to decide whether to maximize your return, tax considerations for families, taxes on retirement and non-retirement brokerage accounts and more!

Duration:00:52:19

Veteran's Day, Risk & Retirement Planning

11/12/2018
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Happy Veteran's Day! Thanks to all our Veteran's, near and far, who have served and sacrificed to secure our freedom. For this Veteran's Day themed episode, we're joined by Active Duty Army Major, Hank Coleman, to talk about risk and retirement planning. What's your appetite for risk? What's your time horizon? What are your goals? These are all questions you should be asking as you plan for retirement.

Duration:00:50:27

Millennial Money Management

11/5/2018
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This week we're talking about Millennials, their money, and the always popular topic, student loans. To help us, we're joined by Conor Richardson, author of the new book, The Millennial Money Makeover. Conor helps Millennials master essential money matters and is passionate about helping everyday people eliminate student loans and lead a rich life.

Duration:00:43:03

Tackling Credit Cards and Debt

10/29/2018
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Credit cards and debt can wreak havoc on your financial situation. HOWEVER, when used correctly, credit cards and debt can actually be used as a tool to help improve your financial situation. Beverly Harzog is a nationally recognized credit card expert for U.S. News & World Report. She's here to break down credit cards and how to get out of (and stay out of) debt. To celebrate episode 20, we start out the show with a trip down memory lane. Enjoy!

Duration:00:48:40

Money Mistakes & Money Wins

10/22/2018
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Money mistakes... we all make them. On this episode, Ansley Fender is here to talk about a few of her money mistakes. Ansley is a money coach and finance professional who helps everyday people win with money. She breaks down her '3 Most Epic Money Mistakes' as well as a few fundamental money wins from Randy's other pick for the week. We also talk about tiny hamsters eating tiny burritos, but you'll have to listen to find out more about that.

Duration:00:47:13

Save Your Way to Your Why

10/15/2018
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Episode 18 is all about saving money! Justin, the Saving Sherpa is here to share how everyday people can find their why, get on the saving train and reach financial independence! Justin is 28 years old and has saved over 250k by saving over 70% of his income! He's well on his way to financial independence and should be in a position to "retire" when he's 33 years old! He also shares his 'why' for reaching towards financial independence. Enjoy!

Duration:00:43:20

Be Honorable, Healthy and Financially Groovy

10/8/2018
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If you haven't met Mr. Groovy before, you're missing out, but you're also in luck! He's here today, and this episode is 40 minutes of groovy discussion and some principles you will never forget. Mr. Groovy and his wife, Mrs. Groovy, have a popular financial blog and share how they adjusted their financial path, live their grooviest life and retired early. Mr. Groovy is hot off his book tour, so we'll take some time to cover his amazing book, The Groovy Guide to Financial Independence.

Duration:00:40:18

The Link Between Debt And Mental Health

10/1/2018
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There is a link between mental health and debt... but which one comes first, debt or mental health problems? Emilie, a licensed therapist, and personal finance expert is here to break down the link between the two. We also break down two great personal finance articles and highlight the tweet of the week. As always, we finish the episode with a segment about giving back in the community.

Duration:00:41:41

How to Handle Money In Your Marriage

9/24/2018
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This week, Kiné Corder stops by to talk about tackling money in your marriage. It should be no surprise that money causes conflict for a lot of couples, and can often lead to divorce. Kiné is a psychotherapist that specializes in helping couples get on the same page financially. As always, Jason highlights another Tweet of the Week and another story for the 'Everyday People Give Back' Segment.

Duration:00:48:35

Managing Money Through Life's Stages

9/17/2018
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This week, we're joined by Joseph Hogue to talk about investing and managing your money through life's stages! To stick with the theme, Randy picked an article from Bloomberg about Millennials sitting out on the bull market for us to discuss. We round out the episode with the 'Tweet of the Week' and a FinCon focused edition of the Everyday People Give Back Segment.

Duration:00:38:19

How to Win Big With Travel Hacking!

9/10/2018
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On this episode, I’m joined by a travel hacking expert, Kevin from Financial Panther. We're going to talk about leveraging your spending to reap credit card rewards. Kevin lays out some great tips for anyone looking to get started with travel hacking. We'll also talk about some of Kevin's side hustles, and of course, Randy's picks. This week, Randy dug up an interesting article about a guy who bought a Tesla with his credit card!

Duration:00:43:21

How To "Budget" and Increase Your Income

9/3/2018
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This week, we're joined by Chris from Apathy Ends to talk about an alternative to budgeting (the anti-budget), impulse buying and how to increase your income! I knew it was going to be a good show when Chris started off the interview with a dog story. In fact, this episode seemed to follow a dog theme throughout. Even the Tweet of the Week was dog focused! Enjoy!

Duration:00:49:58

A Minimalist Approach to Investing

8/27/2018
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This week, we're joined by Chris from the Popcorn Finance Podcast. On this episode, we discuss an interesting article about a minimalist's approach to personal finance and investing and then dive into some of the basics of investing. Investing can be an intimidating topic, but it doesn't have to be overly complex. Chris shares how he approaches investing and we break down some tips for others looking to get their feet wet with investing. Of course, we also share this week's tweet of the...

Duration:00:46:22

Money Confidence 101 (With Jen Hemphill)

8/13/2018
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On this episode, I’m joined by Jen Hemphill! Jen is a money confidence coach and an Accredited Financial Counselor. She's also the author of Her Money Matters and a fellow podcaster. We talk about her role as a money confidence coach, how her upbringing impacted her views on money, her book, and then, of course, Randy's picks for the week. Randy chose an article about Fidelity's no-fee funds and an article about cash vs. credit cards for us to discuss. Great picks... nice work, Randy.

Duration:00:43:00

How To Find Balance and Make Smart Money Decisions!

8/6/2018
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On this episode, I’m joined by Liz, the Chief Mom Officer. She's here to share her story and how she became a breadwinning, six-figure, millionaire mom! We also talk about how to find a balance between career progression and family-life, investing (DIY vs professional help), life insurance basics, retirement planning and a myriad of other money topics. I hope you enjoy our discussion!

Duration:00:53:50

Friday Surprise Interview!

8/3/2018
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This is the very first Friday Surprise Bonus Interview! The guests have no idea when I'm going to call or what we are going to talk about. Of course, we'll talk about money! These are 100% bonus content, so we'll still be doing the weekly episode on Monday. On this episode, I surprise interview EJ from DadsDollarsDebts. Before the call, I had never talked to EJ before, so it was good to get to know more about him and his blog! Enjoy the show!

Duration:00:18:50