Tae, from the Financial Tortoise, shares his money story from the perspective of the sandwich generation. Tae and his wife realized that they had accumulated a total of $105,000 in student loan debt shortly after they got married. At that point, they found Dave Ramsey’s message and decided to focus on paying down their loans quickly. The couple was able to pay down $105,000 in student loan debt in three
Dominick Quartuccio from the podcast The Great Man Within joins us to talk about how to process our emotions during these stressful times. First things first, Dominick reminded us that we are all battling the same thing. Allow yourself some slack to feel whatever you are feeling. First, understand where you are. What is the one word that best describes what you are feeling right now? Common words: Anxious Uncertain Overwhelmed
Brad has a few silver linings during this crisis all about human connection Texted an old friend and reconnected His family had a few Zoom calls with extended family His daughter's elementary school teachers had a 40 car parade Shout out not only to the Accidental Homeschoolers out there but also to the teachers who have had to flip all their curriculum to fit a virtual system almost overnight. The
The Financial Independence movement was born from the 2008 recession, so no, the movement is not going to go away because of another recession. We need this information now more than ever. It's easy to think that living paycheck to paycheck, or even getting into debt, is ok during good times. It's times like this that we need the FI lifestyle and many people will wake up to the fact
Rick Ferri, host of the Boglehead podcast, joins the show to talk about investing during these unprecedented times. Rick's Story Rick Ferri got into finance after leaving the military to spend more time with his family. He became a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) in three years and then got his Masters in Finance. As he dove into learning more and more about investing and stock picking he realized that most
Joanna Penn shares her story of building multiple income streams and becoming a writer. She outlines how anyone with the passion to be creative can do the same. Joanna did not simply quit her job after deciding to write a book. In fact, she resigned from her career several times in order to start new businesses. She compared the process of discovering what she wanted to do to the process
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