058R | Dark Side of Value

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Our Friday Roundup of Monday’s CampFI episode, a discussion on pensions and of the value of CFPs.

On today’s episode we cover:

• CampFI
• How easier it is to communicate with people in the same community
• Why the entire community is about life optimization
• Amy’s Facebook post on why more change happens in groups
• Write a review to win a ticket to the next CampFI
• Brad and Jonathan will be keynote speakers at an event in Greece
• The ChooseFI writers
• Brad’s frugal win of the week
• Jonathan’s frugal fail
• How DIYing boosts confidence
How Leann records her steps to FI
• Grumpus and how he reaches an audience relating to his message
• Voicemail from Tess about pensions
Grumpus’ detailed answer
• The great idea of having an annual family finance review
• When a CFP can be of value
• The importance of the fiduciary rule
• iTunes review and book giveaway

Links from the show:

 

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