Imagine sitting down with your newlywed spouse and calculating your debt only to realize you owe over $220,000 in student loans and other debt...not even including your mortgage! Hear how one couple tackled a mountain of debt and came out stronger than ever.
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As 2018 gets into swing, some of us can find it hard to stick with new budgeting goals for the year. I've put together 8 tips to help you stick to your spending plan month after month.
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Nick True from Mapped Out Money is here to explain why you don't have to change your emotions to fit the traditional idea of a budget. Instead, take your feelings towards spending and savings and reflect that in your plan.
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It's official! The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2018 has officially been signed into law. Adam Nubern, CPA joins us back on the show to discuss some of the more impactful changes we should be aware of.
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How do you balance trip planning with room for spontaneity? Can you build a successful business and brand while traveling full-time? Adam and Lindsey Nubern have traveled the globe and are here to share how they've found a travel-work-life balance.
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Delaying gratification is not easy, but the rewards of achieving freedom in your finances, time, and job makes everything worth it. If you are looking for some extra motivation to work towards your money goals in 2018, then this episode is for you!
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Did you know that 1 in 4 people have mistakes on their credit report?! These mistakes could be costing you more in higher interest rates or prevent you from buying a car, home, or taking out a loan in an emergency. Don't miss this important episode!
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Dan and Lindsay McKenzie of Follow Your Detour join the show to talk about their incredible journey to pay off debt and start a nomadic lifestyle. Their story of overcoming the unexpected "detours" in life is sure to inspire you!
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Hear from successful blogger Michelle Schroeder-Gardner who founded Making Sense of Cents, and now brings in over $100,000 a MONTH in revenue. She explains how she got into blogging, and why she chooses to live in an RV, full-time.
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Are you interested in traveling more, but shy away from the cost? Many people use "travel hacking" to score free flights and free hotel stays. Find out more with me on today's episode with travel hacker and blogger, Ruby Escalona!
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Financial planning is so much more than learning how to budget or pay off debt. Find out all about financial planners in this helpful episode!
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Janet Tyler Johnson, a Certified Financial Planner professional, coach, and mentor joins us on the podcast to discuss how we can find freedom and purpose in our lives, which may include ditching Corporate America!
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Jonathan Josephs has been my go-to "website guy" for the past year. He successfully launched his own virtual web design business called Silly Grasshopper Media, and now has plans to travel the country with his wife and daughter.
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As a digital nomad and a financial planner, I look forward to bringing you tips and inspiration on making a location-independent lifestyle work for YOU!
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