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Are you looking to improve your family's financial wellness and create a life of true wealth and happiness? The Marriage, Kids and Money Podcast is dedicated to helping you do just that. Each week, Andy Hill interviews millionaire parents, couples who have reached financial independence, and financial industry experts like Chris Hogan, Paula Pant, JL Collins and Rachel Cruze (the daughter of Dave Ramsey). These interviews are meant to provide you with easy-to-understand information and actio ...
 
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Girl on FIRE

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Girl on FIRE is a podcast helping women navigate their way through financial independence and retiring early. We talk about how to invest, what to invest in and how to grow your wealth so that you can continue living a life you love without going broke - even in retirement. We also discuss the unique issues and challenges that we face as women when building real wealth. Weekly episodes are hosted by budgeting and personal finance expert, Priya Karan. With over a decade of experience working ...
 
I was $300,000 in debt including student loans and mortgages, living a lifestyle way above my means. Three years later my family had paid off all of it including our house! Now that I'm 100% DEBT FREE (that's right no credit cards, car payments or debt of any kind), I'm on a mission to build a community of people who are ready to crush their money goals. This isn't your regular finance show - we're here to have fun and learn about life any money together. Welcome!
 
The Live Financially Savvy podcast was created by Atiya - The Savvy Accountant. She created the podcast to help others Live Financially Savvy. Atiya has a passion for building generational wealth and wants to help others do the same. Lower your debt and build your net worth using techniques you learn here from others doing amazing things to Live Financially Savvy!
 
Helping students save time, money and stress on their legal journey with strategies that begin in college and extend through law school. Learn how to avoid student loans, how to take better care of yourself, how to be successful from the minute you start law school, how to succeed even if you have mental health issues, learning differences or children. And learn when it might be time to quit.
 
The Kati Hyer Show Women valiantly manage careers, family, and social responsibilities day in and day out, and the last thing on their minds is how to tackle their financial challenges - there's just too much on the never-ending list of life to do before then! The problem is money stress follows them in shame from debt, anxiety about not knowing how to make ends meet, guilt from spending, and frustration in relationships around money. The Kati Hyer Show walks through the myths that perpetuat ...
 
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One of the most common borrow-to-invest strategies is to take money from your home equity to purchase an investment property. But is this always a good idea? What if you borrow to invest in the stock market instead? Is that riskier? Is it ever OK to take on debt to invest or is it something you should never do? On today’s podcast, Ted Michalos and …
 
Boomerang kids are a group of adult children who move back in with their parents after going out into the world. John, a concerned parent of a teen, wants to make sure his daughter doesn’t do this! Author Bobbi Rebell joins me to share how we can get adult children to launch (and stay launched). Also, in our Internet Money segment, Tiffani Higgins …
 
2022 has so far brought rapidly declining real estate prices, record high gas and food prices, and rising interest rates. It’s looking to be a perfect financial storm. So how are all these variables impacting indebted Canadians? On today’s podcast, Scott Terrio, Manager, Consumer Insolvency at Hoyes Michalos, returns to discuss what he’s seeing fro…
 
Andy met an engaged couple last night ... they asked "With all the complaining parents do about their kids, is parenting worth it?" After 10 years of being parents, Nicole and Andy dive into the topic. Would they do it all over again? Was becoming a parent at 30 years old worth it? Sit back, grab your favorite drink and ponder with them, parents! B…
 
🎙 In part 2 of this series, we’re talking about areas of wellness you may not have thought of and how you can take control of your wellbeing regardless of your budget. 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: 🌟 What environmental wellness is and how you can achieve it on any budget; 🌟 Ways to improve your financial wellness, especially if you’re in a …
 
🎙 In part 1 of this series, we’re talking about areas of wellness you may not have thought of and how you can take control of your wellbeing regardless of your budget. 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: 🌟 What environmental wellness is and how you can achieve it on any budget; 🌟 Ways to improve your financial wellness, especially if you’re in a …
 
With this hot real estate market, families are considering selling and downsizing to take advantage of the equity in their homes. Samantha and her husband are having this very thought. Should they sell their 3,000-square-foot home for $700,000 and downsize? I weigh the pros and cons of downsizing in this market. Also, Kristin Stones from Pennsylvan…
 
We are still in unprecedented times. House prices are going down even though inventory is limited. The unemployment rate is at a 40-year low, and yet insolvencies remain at record lows. What’s going on? Will this climate last forever? Enter Ben Rabidoux. Ben returns to the podcast with Doug Hoyes to share his unique insights and research on where h…
 
To combat work-life burnout, sabbaticals may be corporate America’s latest weapon against the Great Resignation. Rich Jones, the Founder of Find More Balance, recently took a sabbatical from his corporate career at Google and found some incredibly rewarding results. Rich joins us today on the podcast to share those benefits and how NOT setting goal…
 
If you die with debt, does it get passed on to someone else in your family? Is it possible for an estate to file a bankruptcy or consumer proposal? On today’s podcast, Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos discuss what happens when you still owe creditors after you’ve passed and the impact on your estate. They provide practical advice on dealing with joint d…
 
You've all heard the romantic stories of when a husband and wife first met. "It was love at first sight!" But is that true? Or were there very practical reasons you got together? We explore this balance of "romantic vs. practical" in this episode of Bread & Wine, and why it might be good to have a little bit of both. BREAD & WINE RESOURCES Buy Us a…
 
Achieving Coast FIRE was a huge accomplishment for our family! But with the recent market downturn, is Coast FIRE even possible for us anymore? We’ll explore our Coast FIRE status and what we’re doing to combat these uncertain financial times as a family. Also, Joshua Coombes, the leader of the grassroots movement “Do Something for Nothing” shares …
 
You may be wondering if you can strike a debt repayment deal with your creditors without going to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee and a formal insolvency filing. Well, it depends on how much you owe, who you owe, your assets, and lots of other factors. On today’s podcast, Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos walk you through all the different scenarios in whi…
 
When there are uncertain financial times, investing can feel scary. JL Collins, Author of The Simple Path to Wealth, joins us today to help us remember why long-term investing with index funds can allow us to remain calm in the storm. In this BEST OF MKM episode from 2020, JL Collins breaks down the benefits of index funds, how to invest in a stock…
 
We’re facing massive inflation with more and more people turning to debt to make ends meet. Bankruptcies are still at record lows, but perhaps not for much longer. On today’s podcast, Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos give us an update on what’s going on now and how the rising cost of living is impacting our wallets. They also explain why someone would e…
 
Is your Roth IRA losing money and you don't know why? Meghan Rabuse, aka the Family Finance Mom, joins me to discuss why your investment accounts might not be growing lately. We discuss the state of the stock market and what investors can do to stay calm in uncertain times. Also, Kevin from Indiana just paid off his mortgage in just 2 years! He sha…
 
Real estate prices are down in many parts of Ontario after record increases. Not surprising since the Bank of Canada has indicated it will raise rates again. But what has this done to mortgages? What’s happening when people renew? How has mortgage qualification changed? Enter Ron Butler, mortgage broker extraordinaire. On today’s podcast, Ron is ba…
 
It feels good when your partner has your back. You know that they are there for you when it matters. But should you always have your spouse's back no matter what? In this episode of Bread & Wine, we explore this question and share our takeaways on what it means to have your partner's back. BREAD & WINE RESOURCES Buy Us a Cheap Bottle of Wine: And w…
 
Shane and his wife are a mortgage-free millionaire couple at 36 years old! They are wondering what to do with their money now. I share 5 ideas for them to consider in this stage of their life. Also, we hear from Josh Miller from Michigan who achieved Coast FIRE in his 30's after saving and investing over $600,000. SPONSORS M1 Finance: You’ve done y…
 
🎙 On this episode we’re talking about how your investing strategy typically changes as you get older. Everyone’s investing strategy is different and yours depends on your unique circumstances. But investing strategies and portfolio structures generally follow a similar pattern as we age. 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: 🌟 Why your age matters …
 
A popular budgeting method called the 50-30-20 Rule dictates that you use 50% of your income on necessities like rent, 30% on wants, and 20% to savings and debt repayment. But is this even a realistic money management approach in 2022? With soaring cost of living, many people spend close to 70%-80% on necessities alone. So is this budgeting method …
 
I'm sure you've heard that renting is wasting your money. But is that really true? Let’s explore the renting vs. buying a home debate and discuss some pros and cons along the way. Also, we chat with Dan Rocatto from Credible about why the housing market is so crazy right now. SPONSORS M1 Finance: You’ve done your research. Let M1 investing automati…
 
Since the pandemic lockdowns, a large number of people became self-employed or started their own businesses. Why? Because of job loss or a desire for more flexibility. Makes perfect sense. But while there are many benefits to being your own boss – you get a lot of independence – is it always the right decision for you? What are the pitfalls and whe…
 
Wondering what it takes to become a millionaire in today's world? Jace Mattinson and Clark Sheffield, hosts of the Millionaires Unveiled Podcast, share what they've learned after interviewing over 200 real-life millionaires. In this BEST OF MKM episode from 2021, Jace and Clark break down millionaire habits, millionaire investing strategies and the…
 
🎙 We’re talking about whether MLMs are a money maker that can boost your income or just a scam that’ll leave you broke and desperate. How do MLMs work and why are they so dangerous? 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: 🌟 What is an MLM, how do they work and why are they so popular? 🌟 What’s the difference between a legit MLM and a pyramid scheme; …
 
It’s episode 400 of the Debt Free in 30 podcast and Doug Hoyes shares his wisdom on how to protect yourself against job loss. If the pandemic has taught us anything it’s that no job is secure. So, what can you do to avoid getting financially burned if you’re out of work? If you’re unhappy with your job, should you switch? What’s the smartest way to…
 
If you're raising a teenager and looking at the cost of higher education, you may be asking yourself ... is college worth it? Dan Sheeks, Author of "First to a Million: A Teenager's Guide to Achieving Early Financial Independence", shares how parents and teens can make the decision to go to college or not. Also, on our Internet Money segment, we he…
 
Ontario real estate prices are pulling back. Is this the end of the housing boom, or just a temporary slowdown? On today’s podcast we have first-time guest Nasma Ali, founder of One Group, a real estate agency based in Toronto. Nasma explains what’s currently happening with the real estate market. She also shares when she noticed the housing market…
 
Working on paying off your mortgage early? You may be wondering if it makes sense for you to stop investing to become mortgage-free faster. I review my thoughts on the subject and why Coast FIRE may be a good goal to consider first. Also, we hear from Amber Sauer who earned a 6-month sabbatical from work after paying off her $250,000 mortgage early…
 
🎙 On this episode we’re talking about what FIRE really means. So many listeners get tripped up on the idea of FIRE when they’re planning on continuing to work or love their jobs. But FIRE can look different for everyone. Try this definition instead. 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: 🌟 What FIRE means and how it can mean different things for dif…
 
More than 1 in 5 of our clients, people who file a bankruptcy or consumer proposal with Hoyes Michalos, are separated or divorced at the time they file with us. So, what happens when you have debt and are facing divorce? Can you divide debt in a separation agreement? What if it’s joint debt? On today’s podcast, Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos explain h…
 
When I found the FIRE Movement, I really did not like my career path. I found myself saving a lot and scrutinizing every purchase my family made. Did I like FIRE or did I just dislike my career? Nicole's interest in FIRE and saving more has amplified over the past couple of years too. In this episode of Bread & Wine, we discuss this question and we…
 
John Delony knows all about financial trauma. Having experienced financial trauma personally and helping others get through it, he knows the signs of it and how to manage it. In this interview, John Delony gives advice to others who’ve experienced financial trauma and are working to overcome the emotional effects of the recent pandemic. SPONSORS M1…
 
When the pandemic first started, the Canada Revenue Agency slowed their collection efforts on income tax debt owing. But with the economy reopened, we are starting to see notices filed by the CRA to individuals owing on income tax, including CERB and CRB debts. Is this a sign that the CRA is ramping up efforts again? What are your options if your e…
 
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