Nate and Danielle discuss one of Nate's new gadget purchase ideas. They explore how to agree to large purchases, how it impacts their budget, and the thought process behind spending as a team. They also discuss holiday budgeting.
Nate and Danielle answer listener questions about credit card usage. They also discuss how they use debit cards, cash, and other payment methods. Finally a quick review of the budgeting app Every Dollar is given.
In this episode Nate and Danielle answer listener questions. In particular, they explore a question from a couple on how to set budgeting categories. They discuss what they would do and the reasons behind it
In this episode, Nate and Danielle talk about how they set financial goals as a couple and how their thinking has evolved over time. Goals are a way to keep on track with your budget and grow closer as a couple. Nate and Danielle review their past, current, and future goals for their family.
Danielle and Nate talk discuss tips for discussing money when you are dating someone all the way through the beginnings of marriage. They share their experiences while dating and their current attitudes on budgeting in a relationship.
Nate and Danielle discuss budget ratios and how they are used to determine what you can afford. They dive into their numbers and show you how they use budget ratio guidelines to make financial decisions for their household.
Nate and Danielle discuss their retirement strategy along with where their current retirement trajectory puts them. They give you the real numbers, and thoughts into why they made the decisions they did.
Nate and Danielle discuss the different types of retirement options out there along with the different types of funds that you can invest into. 401K's, 403b's, 457b's, Roth IRA's, and all of the other investment platforms for retirement are discussed.
Babies are expensive, but having a plan on how to budget for one can remove a good deal of stress. In this episode, Nate and Danielle talk about how they planned for and how they are currently budgeting for their child.