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Frugal Friends Podcast

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Frugal Friends Podcast

Jen Smith & Jill Sirianni w/ iHeartPodcasts

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Controlling your spending is hard to do. On every episode of Frugal Friends, we'll try to help you gain a little more control on one aspect of the countless directions your money is being pulled toward through frugality and a few laughs. If you're trying to save money, spend less, adopt minimalism, pay off debt or reach financial independence, we think you'll like the show.
 
Frugal Living is a podcast for smart consumers. How do you spend less and get more? The show, sponsored by Brad's Deals, features interviews, stories, tips, and tricks. Looking for the Frugal Living show notes and episode transcripts? Check out Frugal.fm for everything you need.
 
A Frugal Athlete Podcast Network is an audio channel hosted by founder, Amobi Okugo. This podcast is meant to provide an insiders look into the financial playbooks of professional athletes, give insights on what it means to be a frugal athlete, and discuss topics regarding all things sports business Follow us: Instagram: www.instagram.com/afrugalathlete Twitter: www.twitter.com/FrugalAthlete LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/a-frugal-athlete/ Follow Amobi Okugo [Founder]: Instagram: www.ins ...
 
Join the Mad Fientist as he interviews personal-finance icons like Mr. Money Mustache, Ramit Sethi, and JL Collins to discover the strategies they used to achieve financial independence and retire early! Learn about investing, tax avoidance, entrepreneurship, travel hacking, real estate, and all things related to financial independence and early retirement!
 
As a PhD (in training), you face unique money challenges that stem from your low stipend/salary during your years of graduate school and postdoc training. Listen here for the hard-won financial wisdom of your fellow graduate students, postdocs, and PhDs with Real Jobs. From budgeting and frugality to investing and debt repayment, this podcast is your higher education in personal finance.
 
The College Investor podcast is a daily audio show that's dedicated to bringing you the best of TheCollegeInvestor.com. We discuss a variety of topics, all relating to millennial money - including student loan debt, investing, earning more money, and more! Robert Farrington, the founder of The College Investor and a Millennial Money Expert, shares how to get out of student loan debt so that you can start investing and building wealth for the future. Instead of cutting expenses and living a f ...
 
Pete Matthew discusses and explains all aspects of your personal finances in simple, everyday language. Personal finance, investing, insurance, pensions and getting financial advice can all seem daunting, but with the right knowledge and easy-to-follow action steps, Pete will help you to get your money matters in order. Each show is in two segments: Firstly, everything you need to KNOW, and secondly, everything you need to DO to move forward on the subject of that episode. This podcast will ...
 
The How to be a Minimalist podcast is all about exploring minimalism and the many areas of life it touches. I’ll be talking a lot more about how to live an experience-based life, emotional minimalism, and how to discover your minimalist WHYS than the most efficient, space-saving technique for folding your undies or how to create a minimalist-magazine-cover home. Don’t worry, though — there will be some of those types of things, too. But here, I’d like to dive in deeper than simply living wit ...
 
Jenn of Frugal Upstate and Lynnae of Being Frugal get together every Monday at 8:30 EST (5:30 PST) to share tips, tricks and techniques to help you live a great life while spending less. Learn practical ideas that anyone can use to save some of your hard earned cash. They go beyond coupon clipping and sale shopping-so tune in and enjoy!
 
The Frugal Goddess! Your weekly serving of how to live beautifully while conserving time, space and energy. Join us for expert advice on how to be fully frugal in the kitchen, on the road, with the family, in your love life and at the party. You’ll hear tips that combine serendipity with a DIY mentality to live in harmony not only with the planet, but within your budget and up to the standard of your unique, personal style.
 
Welcome to the Frug Life, a podcast on Frugal living and business. There are a lot of business podcasts and a lot of frugal living podcasts, why does the world need another one? Well, I am tired of the same interview format podcast many of these programs take. So instead, I created a structured podcast where I can share my thoughts about Frugal living, the economy, and business. Also follow us at https://www.facebook.com/TheFrugLife Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefruglife/support
 
Challenging Conventional Wall Street wisdom about retirement planning and exposing bad advice from Financial Entertainers. Maximizing Retirement income and protecting assets from creditors, predators, lawsuits and judgments does not happen with a product or discount offer online. You must have an integrated approach. As a Paralegal and a Certified Financial Planner®, Kraig is uniquely able to assist clients with the careful preparation of retirement income, asset protection and estate plans. ...
 
The Balanced FI podcast is all about practical, real-world ways to pay off debt, save money, and balance life with financial goals. Each week your host, RaLea, dives into a family finance topic that will improve your life: the steps to financial security, debt payoff methods, easy ways to save money on everyday expenses, and more... all with a dose of intentional living, a dash of minimalism & a splash of the realities of parenting a child with disabilities.
 
Hi, I'm Christine, aka YoungMommy. I'm the owner and author of From Dates to Diapers and beyond, but most proud of my job as MOM! Here at Mom-2-Mom, I will talk about mommy things, saving money, and how I plan to “live better” throughout the new year. I will also talk about sales, freebies, and happenings across the blogosphere. If you can think of it, I’ll probably talk about it! Join me weekly, on Tuesdays at 10am (PST), for laughs, great money saving tips, and an occasional appearance by ...
 
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Valiant Growth

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Valiant Growth

Philip Frey - Psychology, Productivity, Personal Finance, Financial Indepen

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Valiant Growth is a podcast on personal development that empowers you to earn self-esteem, build amazing relationships and achieve freedom! Self improvement is a varied field, and topic choices reflect on that: from personal finances and productivity to relationships, the podcast provides actionable, in-depth strategies to build an amazing life.
 
Are you struggling and living paycheck to paycheck? Is your auto, credit card, student loan or other debts keeping you from achieving the financial success you desire? If so, the Thriving Financially Podcast with Dr. Thrift is here to help you with the knowledge and motivation you need to improve your financial life. If you are drowning in a sea of debt, let Dr. Thrift pull you up, drag you to shore and send your financial problems on a permanent vacation.
 
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GardenDC

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GardenDC

Kathy Jentz, Washington Gardener Magazine

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GardenDC is the award-winning podcast all about gardening in the greater Washington, DC, and Mid-Atlantic area. Hosted by Kathy Jentz, editor of Washington Gardener Magazine (www. WashingtonGardener.com). Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gardendc/support
 
Monica Brady, Mommy to 3 year old Identical Twin Girls, and owner of Mommy Brain Reports will be bringing you product reviews live on the air! Check out some of the coolest things on the market today! Learn more about some of the bigger consumer issues! When possible, I'll be bringing product representatives live on the air to answer your questions! I'll also bring you a lot of great information about being a parent of twins, and parenting in general! Stay tuned! Join me LIVE via phone or ch ...
 
The Burn Your Mortgage Podcast is a Canadian real estate and personal finance podcast for new homebuyers and experienced homeowners. You’ll learn how to buy your dream home, enjoy mortgage-free financial freedom sooner through side hustle and frugal living, and live well while doing it no matter your financial situation. Inspiring, insightful and fun, the Burn Your Mortgage Podcast will transform the way you think about money and debt on your path to independent homeownership.
 
As a full-time work-at-home mom of four little girls five years old and under, Mandi knows the value of organizing and streamlining her home and her to-do list firsthand. Although she's never been a professional organizer, she is passionate about helping others find their own organizational style — tailored to their individual needs, preferences and lifestyles — because she believes that’s the only way to make lasting changes. Organizing Your Way was born out of that passion and continues to ...
 
Live Planted is a weekly Podcast about living a practical vegan lifestyle. Alyssa, the show's host, is a Midwestern girl who felt the need to create a space based on living a plant based life in the easiest way possible. The show goes into health, wellness, activism, environmentalism, cruelty free practices, sustainability, animal rights, and how to make it all work while living a 'regular' life. Live Planted aims to inspire and educate listeners by letting you in on a little secret: I don't ...
 
Are you tired of moving clutter from place to place? Are you constantly yelling at or nagging other people to move their clutter? Are you too tired from tidying to actually clean? Do you have a decent income but always feel broke or wonder where all the money went each month? Would you sell your soul for one dinner that everyone eats without complaint? Bonus if it’s a healthy meal! Do you feel like there has to be more to life than just cooking, cleaning, paying the bills and feeling unappre ...
 
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In this episode of Frugal Living, Jim talks with Andy Wang, Managing Partner at Runnymede Capital Management and host of the podcast Inspired Money, about the safety of cryptocurrency investments. Find the full show notes, including a transcript of the show, at Frugal.fm. This episode's sponsors are Aosom and Highlights. Looking to expand your fina…
 
Josiah Aston is a Ramsey Preferred Coach and co-founder of Financial Hope Services, a business dedicated to helping people live in abundance and blessing. Along with his wife and two children, Josiah resides in Elk Grove, CA. His other interests include music, leadership, church ministry, motorcycling, and rock-climbing. In this episode we talk abo…
 
As a Paralegal and a Certified Financial Planner®, Kraig is uniquely able to assist clients with the careful preparation of asset protection and estate plans. Kraig's team uses a financial-planning approach to ensure that each client obtains the best possible outcomes. With 120 years of combined legal and financial services experience between our t…
 
ESI of ESI Money talks about why you should invest in real estate. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 2000: [Part 2] Why You Should Invest in Real Estate by ESI ESI Money is written by "ESI", a 50-something retiree. The site is basically a list of what's allowed him to become financially independent and how you can implement those successes in your life.…
 
Gone are the days when you can easily find the same car from different dealers at a reasonable price. “It is the hunger games out there,” said our special guest today, LeeAnn Shattuck a.k.a The Car Chick who is passionate about teaching people to make informed decisions on purchasing, selling, and servicing automobiles. We talk about buying new or …
 
Despite the 2020 pandemic, Wall Street continues to hit historic highs. Some say that the investment markets are at the top and the bubble is about to burst. Others say that the markets still have another year of growth before the bear market kicks into decline. Who's right? Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Securit…
 
The asset protection allowance shelters a portion of parent assets on the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This helps more students qualify for needs-based financial aid. Unfortunately, the FAFSA asset protection allowance has been steadily decreasing for over a decade. And on the 2023-2024 FAFSA (which families will start filing o…
 
ESI of ESI Money talks about why you should invest in real estate. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1999: [Part 1] Why You Should Invest in Real Estate by ESI ESI Money is written by "ESI", a 50-something retiree. The site is basically a list of what's allowed him to become financially independent and how you can implement those successes in your life.…
 
No estate plan - don't worry. The government has a plan for minor children and adult family members with special needs who are not able to manage their own affairs. In addition to the potential for an unfortunate trip into the court system, minor children and special needs beneficiaries may become vulnerable to creditors and those seeking to get th…
 
Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey. Kraig's…
 
Opening Bible Verse: Luke 4:20 Apparently even Jesus had paper to deal with! Oh the scrolls that seems to inundate us this time of year. Back to school is like a clean slate. Fresh crayons and new beginnings! This is the year to get it together. We are going to get organized and stay organized! Well...let's do our best. In today's episode I share m…
 
FIRE (or Financial Independence Retire Early) has been a growing theme over the last several years. This movement has been championed by bloggers such as Mr. Money Mustache, and typically focuses on spending less and saving more to achieve a target retirement number (or the amount of money a person needs to save to be financially independent). This…
 
Logan Allec of Marriage Kids And Money talks about how having a baby changed his financial goals Episode 1998: How Having a Baby Changed My Financial Goals by Logan Allec Andy Hill is a husband and father to two awesome (and crazy) kids and they hail from the great state of Michigan. His goal is to give his family the best life possible and strengt…
 
Are you in the midst of a divorce or considering a divorce? The road ahead will have it’s share of difficulty, but you and your spouse can have a more positive outcome depending on how you make some key decisions. My guest this week is a divorce account who understands the financial and emotional toll of divorce, and she joins me to share some expe…
 
Retirement income planning does not happen with a single product or so called "magic bullet". Maximum retirement income requires a strategy that incorporates all aspects of your financial life. Your personal spending habits can have a major impact on your ability to save money. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Secu…
 
Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey. Kraig's…
 
Julien Saunders of Rich and Regular asks if you've outgrown your financial hero Episode 1997: Have You Outgrown Your Financial Hero? by Julien Saunders Julien and Kiersten started rich & REGULAR in 2017 after their stint in real estate investing led them to discover the F.I.R.E movement. At that point, they'd listened to their friends complain abou…
 
So many books, podcasts, and online discussions out there talking about debt freedom but they don't tell you something. They tell you to do things relentlessly making it easy to feel burnt out– we’re not about the extremes, we’re about the radical middle. This episode opens a conversation about debt freedom with realistic and honest stories on how …
 
Welcome to the Mindful FIRE Podcast, where we explore living mindfully on the path to financial independence and beyond. Today in part two of my conversation with Sarah, we discuss how we can use money to unlock our full potential and why dreaming and enjoyment are critical to living in this way. We also talk about the flip side, how frugality and …
 
On today's episode, I have a special treat for you. Today, instead of me leading the guided meditation, our practice will be led by Sarah McCrumb, who joined us last week on episode 73. Sarah was kind enough to share with us, one of her money activations, meditation of sorts. This money activation explores the link between enjoyment and the energy …
 
Do a Google search for Rules for Retirement or best retirement advice and you will receive a billion options. OK, maybe not a billion but the amount of information available can be overwhelming. This is my take on the Top 5 Rules for retirement. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniabl…
 
Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey. Kraig's…
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Alex Parry, a sixth-year graduate student at Johns Hopkins in the history of medicine. Alex is a strong advocate for increasing stipends both in his department and at Hopkins broadly and is deeply involved with the grad student unionization movement. Alex and some colleagues recently released the results of a study…
 
Want to make some extra money on the side without taking on a part time job or being tied down to a client? Do you want o be able to make that extra money quickly? You've heard of money making ideas like starting a blog or starting a business, but those ideas take time. While they have great long term potential to earn extra money, sometimes you ne…
 
Shannon McNay of Good Financial Cents talks about what to do if you and your romantic partner don't agree about financial decisions Episode 1996: Couples Finances: What to Do if You Don't Agree by Shannon McNay Jeff Rose, CFP® is a Certified Financial Planner™, founder of Good Financial Cents, and author of the personal finance book Soldier of Fina…
 
We kick off this episode by reading some listener comments and questions and addressing some quick thoughts on long-term care insurance. Then, Maggie shares some recent observations on time as she’s transitioning into her new early retirement life. What is Parkinson’s law? Parkinson's law is the adage that work will expand to fill the time allotted…
 
Show Summary: Recently, a friend of ours purchased what appeared to be a fantastic deal online. What he got instead was days of anxiety and stress. Luckily, with his bank's help and quick action, he could avoid the worst possible outcome. However, this is not the case for the millions of people each year who have their identities stolen. In today's…
 
With energy and food prices on the rise, you might want to think about ways to save money when it comes to cooking your food. One DIY item to add to your preps might be a wonder oven. Save money with this DIY Thermal Cooker! Articles and Links Mentioned: Thermal Cooking—What It Is and How It Works Make a Wonder Bag/Wonder Oven Thermal Cooker Ep.754…
 
Success can often distract us from the things that Steven Covey described as important but not urgent in his time management matrix. For some, succss leads to complacency and a tendancy to ignore things that are extremely important. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement …
 
Credit monitoring services are good but freezing your credit is the ultimate way to stop identity fraud. Best of all - it's FREE. Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other…
 
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