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Financial and retirement planning guidance from Robert Edgin of Edgin Insurance & Financial in Colorado Springs, CO. Figuring out how all the puzzle pieces come together to achieve a successful retirement can be a difficult process. But it doesn't have to be that way. This show will show you how to get the proper pieces in place in order to solve your own money puzzle.

Financial and retirement planning guidance from Robert Edgin of Edgin Insurance & Financial in Colorado Springs, CO. Figuring out how all the puzzle pieces come together to achieve a successful retirement can be a difficult process. But it doesn't have to be that way. This show will show you how to get the proper pieces in place in order to solve your own money puzzle.
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Financial and retirement planning guidance from Robert Edgin of Edgin Insurance & Financial in Colorado Springs, CO. Figuring out how all the puzzle pieces come together to achieve a successful retirement can be a difficult process. But it doesn't have to be that way. This show will show you how to get the proper pieces in place in order to solve your own money puzzle.

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Episodes

Money Puzzle #8: Easy Budget Ideas

5/23/2019
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Episode 8 is a follow up to the budget conversation we started two weeks ago in episode 6. That was the why, this week is a few ideas on the how. The thing about budgeting is that there are plenty of ways to do it that work great. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all budget that works for everyone. Budgets are like fitness programs or diets, the best one for you is the one you stick to and follow! View the full blog post of this episode here: https://wp.me/paQKv1-6z ----more---- We examined...

Duration:00:18:37

Money Puzzle #7: Expensive Daily Habits That Don't Seem Expensive

5/16/2019
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We all have little daily or weekly habits that we spend money on in exchange for convenience or enjoyment. Personally, I like to eat out for lunch. I also like to wash my car (a lot), so 2-3 car washes a week isn’t unusual. You might like your daily Starbucks stop or a massage every other week. You know what those little habits are costing you in the short term but, whatever your little daily habits are, the real question is, how expensive are they in the long-term? ----more---- While I...

Duration:00:17:52

Money Puzzle #6: Budgets

5/9/2019
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We spent the whole show talking about budgets. Specifically, what they are and why everyone should have one. Technically, everyone already does have a budget, even if you never set one up (more on that in a minute). This is NOT some boring episode about budgets because budgets aren’t boring. In fact, this episode proves that the “B” in budgets stands for bad-ass, because that’s exactly what budgets are! Check out the full show notes for today's show at this link:...

Duration:00:21:29

Money Puzzle #5: Parkinson's Law

5/2/2019
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If you measure what matters, what matters always improves! Episode 5 is a follow up to the “freeing up money” conversation we started in episode three. We were examining money leaks and different ways to free up lazy, inefficient money so we could put it to better use for our financial future. Two principles that go along with that topic are the “Law of Measurement” and “Parkinson’s Law.” Although neither of them are actual, legal laws, they both apply to your finances and investments and...

Duration:00:19:14

Money Puzzle #4: Timing The Markets

4/25/2019
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This is episode four (4) of the Money Puzzle Podcast. What is the difference between timing the markets and time in the markets? How does it work? Is it possible to do it to improve your investment returns and, if so, how big of a difference does it make? We also discuss the famous challenge that Warren Buffett issued to hedge fund managers and some other practical tips for bettering your investment returns and improving your financial future. Check out the corresponding blog post & the...

Duration:00:21:14

Money Puzzle #3: Freeing Up Money For Better Use

4/18/2019
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This is episode three (3) of the money puzzle podcast. We spent the show reviewing the results of our toilet paper research and talking about simple ways to free up some of your money that is currently being lazy or is being used inefficiently, so you can put those dollars to better use. For the full show notes, visit: https://yourmoneypuzzle.com/podcast/freeing-up-money-for-better-use/

Duration:00:18:52

Money Puzzle #2: Time In The Market VS Timing The Market

4/11/2019
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There's been a longstanding debate in the investment world about what's more important. Is it the amount of time you have in the market or taking your money in and out of the market at the proper times? Robert's business partner, Brian Johnson, joins the show for the conversation. Check out the corresponding blog post & video version of this episode here: https://yourmoneypuzzle.com/podcast/time-in-the-market-vs-timing-the-market-ep-2/

Duration:00:19:18

Money Puzzle #1: Why A Podcast?

4/4/2019
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Why do we need another podcast about personal finance? And why should you listen to Robert Edgin? Robert will answer those questions on the first edition of the Money Puzzle Podcast. Also, what can we learn from the ridiculous fact that the average American uses three rolls of toilet paper each week and that it's devastating forests. Check out the corresponding blog post & video version of this episode here: https://yourmoneypuzzle.com/podcast/why-a-podcast/

Duration:00:12:12

Coming Soon - Introducing The Money Puzzle Podcast

3/14/2019
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Figuring out how all the puzzle pieces come together to achieve a successful retirement can be a difficult process. But it doesn't have to be that way. This show will show you how to get the proper pieces in place in order to solve your own money puzzle. It's hosted by Robert Edgin of Edgin Insurance & Financial in Colorado Springs, CO. The first episode is coming soon!

Duration:00:01:22