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Certified Dave Ramsey Master Financial Coaches providing a fully, well rounded coaching and teaching experience to help you SAVE, INVEST, and PROTECT your hard earned money by self-made, everyday millionaires who have walked the walk. Providing consumer help, how to invest your 401K, and protect your assets and personal information. All free with no sales pitches. Helping everyday consumers save, invest and protect their hard earned money to become financially independent. Saving by becoming ...
 
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We have a great lineup of your social media questions and our thoughts! We have received so many positive comments about these episodes. If you have a question for us please email to podcast@rocklandusa.com **This post may contain affiliate links, and we may be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on the affiliate and/or partner links.…
 
Amanda’s Savvy Savings brings in a great phone interview with her sister who has figured out how to serve breakfast for a mere 30 cents per person! We have received so many positive comments about these episodes. If you have a question for us please email to podcast@rocklandusa.com **This post may contain affiliate links, and we may be compensated …
 
Amanda’s Savvy Savings gives us three great apps that can actually lower your monthly bills automatically! Plus your social media questions and our thoughts! We have received so many positive comments about these episodes. If you have a question for us please email to podcast@rocklandusa.com **This post may contain affiliate links, and we may be co…
 
We interview a flight attendant named Jennifer who took advantage of Amanda’s Choice Realty Connect service (https://choicerealtyconnect.com/) to obtain a top ranked real estate agent to sell her home. As a result Jennifer was able to gain an additional $40,000 over and above her original sale price. If you have a question for us please email to po…
 
Another episode of your social media questions and our thoughts! We have received so many positive comments about these episodes. If you have a question for us please email to podcast@rocklandusa.com **This post may contain affiliate links, and we may be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on the affiliate and/or partner links. BEST R…
 
On this episode of Savvy Savings Amanda dives into her top ways you can save money on gasoline. This is a replay from before the COVID-19 pandemic. Let us know your tips and tricks by emailing podcast@rocklandusa.com. We would love to hear from you. **This post may contain affiliate links, and we may be compensated if you make a purchase after clic…
 
Another episode of your social media questions and our thoughts! We have received so many positive comments about these episodes. If you have a question for us please email to podcast@rocklandusa.com SOCIAL MEDIA QUESTION #1 How do you feel about the stock market? It’s been flying high and I am worried it’s going to tank soon. SOCIAL MEDIA QUESTION…
 
On this episode of Savvy Savings Amanda dives into her top 14 ways you can get the most out of every dollar while dining out. Everything from coupons to gift cards to how to split the check between friends! Let us know your tips and tricks by emailing podcast@rocklandusa.com. We would love to hear from you. **This post may contain affiliate links, …
 
Dave Ramsey Baby Step 6: Paying off your home mortgage early including the many benefits and arguments against **This post may contain affiliate links, and we may be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on the affiliate and/or partner links. BEST STOCK TRADING PLATFORM – WEBULL – Get 2 FREE stocks valued up to $1,000 here: https://act.…
 
Amanda talks about Financial Infidelity which some say can be worse than romantically cheating on your spouse. Financial infidelity is the act of spending money, possessing credit and credit cards, holding secret accounts or stashes of money, borrowing money, or otherwise incurring debt without the knowledge of one’s spouse, partner, or significant…
 
Another episode of your social media questions and our thoughts! We have received so many positive comments about these episodes. If you have a question for us please email to podcast@rocklandusa.com SOCIAL MEDIA QUESTION #1Does “investing in real estate” just mean becoming a landlord? So buy a house and rent it out? Or are their […]…
 
Another episode of your social media questions and our thoughts! We have received so many positive comments about these episodes. If you have a question for us please email to podcast@rocklandusa.com SOCIAL MEDIA QUESTION #1I’ve been looking to invest $1500.00, would it be a good move to purchase Tesla stocks before or after the upcoming […]…
 
Another episode of your social media questions and our thoughts! We have received so many positive comments about these episodes. If you have a question for us please email to podcast@rocklandusa.com SOCIAL MEDIA QUESTION #1I am getting ready to retire and did not plan ahead. We have two home mortgages. Owe $320.00.00 and 198,000.00. Car […]…
 
Another great podcast episode featuring all of your questions sent in to podcast@rocklandusa.com. We are going to cover everything from your 401K to Apple Care to emergency funds. Keep those questions coming in! SOCIAL MEDIA QUESTION #1New member! Question? I am having a hard time justifying a 1% money management fee. On a 1 million […]…
 
All listener question episode! We had a number of you write in your questions for us to give our opinions on. Email your questions to us at podcast@rocklandusa.com. Questions on this episode include: SOCIAL MEDIA QUESTION #1When you guys say no more than 25% of your take home pay on house payments each month, is […]…
 
On this week’s Savvy Savings with Amanda we explore the most common myths surrounding saving energy. Everything from ceiling fans, portable heaters, light bulbs, and more. Myth 1: Use portable electric space heaters instead of running your central heating Why heat the whole house when you’re just working (or sleeping) in one room? Electric heating …
 
Listener asks: “I’m 53. Made 5 yrs with my current employer. I put 15% into my 401k. I purchased a home in Texas in April and have been paying that monthly amortization amount in addition to the mortgage as principal only towards my mortgage every month. I am not debt free, I owe student loans, […]By Craig Luecke
 
What a great episode we have for you! We had a number of you write in your questions for us to give our opinions on. We will list those below. In our Savvy Savings segment our listeners shared their biggest (or largest) purchase regrets! Everything from a horse to an Instapot? Questions on this episode […]…
 
Full episode of your questions covering everything from taking out 401K loans to managing your 401K to paying off debt. If you have a question for us just email to podcast@rocklandusa.com and we will address it on a future episode. On this episode: I can’t remember what Podcast you spoke about, but we are consolidating […]…
 
Episode 66: We answer many of your social media questions, cover Baby Step 1 of your $1,000 initial emergency fund, and a Savvy Savings segment on re-purposing food scraps to save money. – Financing $6,000 for a bed and mattress in order to make $240 in CDs– How much will you have investing $50,000 in the […]…
 
**This post contains affiliate links, and we may be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on the affiliate and/or partner links. 529s and Prepaid Tuition Plans A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged savings plan designed to encourage saving for future education costs. 529 plans, legally known as “qualified tuition plans,” are sponsored by […]…
 
SUBSCRIBE to our new YouTube channel for video versions of short segments. Episode 65: We answer many of your social media questions as we continue to let our listeners take over the podcast during the Summer. We talk about everything from getting free education from Google, your 401K investing, our #1 favorite stock, and so much […]…
 
**This post contains affiliate links, and we may be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on the affiliate and/or partner links. Budgeting can be a daunting task especially if your income varies from month to month. Amanda discusses 3 methods that you can use to make it easier for you to create your […]…
 
**This post contains affiliate links, and we may be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on the affiliate and/or partner links. Baby step 5 comes after taking care of the priorities of emergency funds, paying off consumer debt and saving 15% in your retirement savings. At this point you can move into saving […]…
 
Episode 64: We answer many of your social media questions as we continue to let our listeners take over the podcast over the Summer. We talk about your credit scores, refinancing your mortgage, what are good ETFs to invest in, best stocks for long term investing, best online savings accounts, and so much more. Then with […]…
 
Episode 63: We answer many of your social media questions as we continue to let our listeners take over the podcast over the Summer. We talk about your 401Ks, Roth accounts, what to do with your retirement accounts from previous jobs, credit unions, and so much more. Then with Amanda’s Savvy Savings segment, we go […]…
 
Episode 62: We answer many of your social media questions as we continue to let our listeners take over the podcast over the Summer. We also go over a list of national brand items that actually make Costco Kirkland products from coffee, diapers, batteries, jelly beans, tuna, scotch, whiskey, foil, and more! Welcome rock stars! […]…
 
On this episode we let our amazing listeners take over asking all of their questions from 401Ks to emergency funds to paying off their financed phones. It’s all about our fans. We also hit on a few quick topics at the beginning including your upcoming holiday shopping season budgets. Hope you enjoy! How the new […]…
 
When you reach this step, you’ll have no payments – except the house – and a fully funded emergency fund. Now it’s time to get serious about building wealth. Invest 15% of your household income into Roth IRAs and/or your workplace 401(k), 403(b), 457s if available. We coach 100% Roth accounts for the simple, mathematical […]…
 
Before we get into the social media questions I wanted to talk to our Rock Stars briefly about some big changes coming to your workplace retirement plans if you’re fortunate enough to have a 401K. Many hard-working American’s are already confused by their 401Ks. They are automatically placed into Target Date Funds when they are […]…
 
What a great podcast this was hitting on many topics on how to save, invest and protect your hard earned monies. On this podcast we have: 7 more ways to be a savvy shopper – Recognizing the sales pitches, all the costs associated with a purchase, asking for a better price and more. Social media […]By Craig Luecke
 
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) upended tax rules to a significant extent when it went into effect in 2018. The Internal Revenue Code used to provide for personal exemptions that could further decrease your taxable income, but the TCJA eliminated these exemptions from the tax code. The rules for deductions, adjustments to income, […]…
 
Getting to Baby Step 3 is a huge, monumental victory! This means you have paid off all of your consumer debt – everything but your mortgage. Congratulations! It isn’t quite time let off the gas pedal – we now must save up 3-6 months of your income into a fully-funded emergency fund. This fund is […]By Craig Luecke
 
What a great show we have for you today. We answer your questions about renting, the student loan fogiveness program, and what to do with your start homes. Because of the rising applications for mortgage forbearance and large number of mortgages with missed payments we though it would be a great idea to revisit our […]…
 
What a great podcast we have for you today! Much of it is based on your questions in our exclusive private Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/your401k/ Top 10 lessons we learned from investing The best streaming services and what to look for How best to allocate your money in a 401k Is investing in the eSports […]…
 
Next, it’s time to pay off the cars, the credit cards, and your student loans. Start by listing all of your debts except for your mortgage. Put them in order by balance from smallest to largest. This is called the debt snowball method, and you’ll use it to knock out your debts one by one. […]By Craig Luecke
 
What a great show we have for you today. The questions and comments keep flowing in and we really do appreciate it! We have for you in this episode: Beware of Reverse Mortgages and how to avoid them Best way to prepare for and shop Amazon Prime Day What are the best used SUVs you […]By Craig Luecke
 
Here is what we know about your 2nd stimulus check The 6 categories of insurance you must have 8 biggest mistakes when shopping at Costco Should you use your emergency fund to make a debt settlement What are some good-paying jobs that don’t require a degree Is a cashback mortgage refi a good idea to […]…
 
Amanda shares here long list of absolutely FREE items and services that you can get right in your own neighborhood! Everything from museum passes, classes, job hunting resources, eBooks, magazines, wifi hot spots and more! There are even free rentals of musical instruments, sewing machines and chocolate fountains. This is a great way to tackle […]…
 
Some people wonder why you should only have $1,000 in an initial emergency fund If you make under 25K you should have $500 The main point is we don’t want to delay you from getting out of debt You don’t have the cash flow because you are making payments To fund a proper emergency fund […]By Craig Luecke
 
Why are companies cutting the 401K company match The new SEC rule for Financial Advisers and Brokers is coming and it’s not good for you Why a Costco membership is a good idea Is it okay to sign up for a store credit card to get a free drill What is the best way to […]By Craig Luecke
 
Another packed show with great questions from our listeners who emailed us to podcast@rockonthemoney.com or called our voicemail 989-888-ROCK. On this podcast some of the items we cover: You may now look at your 401Ks as you should be up for 2020 Listener posts on Facebook their success story by listening to us over their […]…
 
This segment originally aired January 2020 at the height of our New Year’s goals. Now that we are in a COVID-19 stay at home situation while binge watching Netflix eating all those essentials, we thought it would be a great idea to bring back these super simple 5 inexpensive ways you can get back on […]…
 
Listeners of ours writes, “My wife and I are in the lowest place we’ve ever been financially. I know things can get better, but I’ve never been this low emotionally. Please give advice and provide encouragement.” Amanda takes time to tell her own personal struggle as a single mother on an income of only $8,000 […]…
 
Another packed show with great questions from our listeners who emailed us to podcast@rockonthemoney.com or called our voicemail 989-888-ROCK. On this podcast some of the items we cover: Millionaires cut spending, postpone big purchases for at least a year; 9 Simple Secrets to Successful Savings; What is the difference between a Traditional and Rot…
 
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