Dec 31, 2018
#169: Happy New Years! To kickoff 2019, we've created a free book called One Tweak a Week, outlining 26 easy, actionable ways that you can improve your financial life.
Today's podcast episode covers these 26 tweaks, so you can listen in audio format, in addition to reading the book.
If you put these into action for...
Dec 24, 2018
#168: You can do anything, but not everything ... and definitely not everything at the same time.
How can you optimize your time and energy? How do you choose what's worthwhile and what's a waste of time?
How can you eliminate small decisions so that your mind is free to focus on the few choices that make a massive 10x...
Dec 17, 2018
#167: Angelisa is a college senior with $30,000 in student loans. She has a part-time job, from which she’s saved $2,500. Should she keep saving money, or should she get a headstart on paying down her student loans while she’s in school?
Mackenzie is also a college senior with some student loans. She recently...
Dec 10, 2018
#166: Michelle Singletary learned everything she knows about money from her grandmother.
Well, okay, I shouldn't say "everything" that she knows. After all, Michelle also has an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. She writes about personal finance for the Washington Post. Her nationally-syndicated personal...
Dec 7, 2018
#165: Should Kim, an entrepreneur, invest in index funds or rental properties?
Should Nick, an MBA student, househack into a more-expensive home with stronger cash flow, or a cheaper home with more budgetary wiggle room?
Should Kelly, who is getting married soon, sell her current home and use the proceeds to buy...