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You can afford anything, but not everything. We make daily decisions and create habits around how to spend money, time, energy, focus and attention – and ultimately, our life. Every decision is a trade-off against another choice. But how deeply do we contemplate these choices? Are we settling for the default mode? Or are we ruthlessly optimizing around a deliberate life? Are we creating financial independence, early retirement and debt freedom? Are we managing money wisely? Host Paula Pant i ...
 
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 ...
 
Expand your investing horizons and look to the long term. Join hosts Christine Benz and Jeff Ptak as they talk to influential leaders in investing, advice, and personal finance about a wide-range of topics, such as asset allocation and balancing risk and return.
 
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What are the conversations that help you Earn and Invest in your future so you can make the best decisions today? Dive into wide-ranging panel discussions on Monday and individual interviews on Thursday that will help you question and refine your financial moves. While we won't always find answers, we will show you the questions you should ask to find a richer path to financial independence.
 
Real talk about Financial Independence and life after corporate jobs. Carl Jensen and Doug Cunnington talk about FI, lifestyle, side hustles, health, and anything on their minds. Plus, they interview experts and non-experts interested in the FI lifestyle. It's raw, candid, pretty much like you get to sit in on a private conversation.
 
Our goal at NewRetirement is to help anyone plan and manage their retirement so that they can make the most of their money and time. Our podcast spans money, purpose, meaning, lifestyle, and health. We interview guests with the goal of helping you make the most of your life. If you’d like to discover more, we offer “the best” free retirement planning tool and tons of useful content around this topic that you can access at NewRetirement.com.
 
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Doug and Carl talk inflation with personal finance blogging legend Paula Pant of Afford Anything. Paula discusses the mysterious origins of her first and middle names. Then we get into inflation and go pretty deep. why inflation is happening transitory or here to stay? does the Consumer Price Index matter? mortgages: inflation hedge or just more de…
 
Our guest on the podcast today is Paula Pant, host of the popular Afford Anything podcast. She is also the founder of affordanything.com, a personal finance website. Paula is a frequent public speaker and is a leading voice in the “Financial Independence, Retire Early” movement, better known as FIRE. She is a graduate of the Honors Program at the U…
 
How much should you share in your business and in your personal social media profiles? What is the difference between authenticity and vulnerability? Rich Jones (Paychecks and Balances, The Mental Wealth Show) and Paula Pant (Afford Anything) tackle these difficult questions with stories from their own lives.…
 
Paula Pant of Afford Anything shares two short articles covering the advantages of a fixed-rate mortgage and why doing more means doing less Episode 1761: Why a Fixed-Rate Mortgage is the Best Choice AND To Do More - Do Less by Paula Pant of Afford Anything Paula Pant is the founder of the award-winning website AffordAnything.com and a writer and s…
 
Wall Street Journal columnist Spencer Jakab marks the one-year anniversary of that weird time when the subReddit Wall St Bets pumped shares of meme stocks like GameStop and AMC Theaters, triggering a short squeeze that forced several hedge funds to lose billions. What did we learn from that experience? And how do we actually take down Wall Street? …
 
A Purple Life talks about going car-free for life Episode 1783: Carfree For Life by A Purple Life on Simple Living Practices A Purple Life was started by an anonymous writer in 2015. They hatched a plan to retire in 10 years at 35, and with the help of decreased spending, increased wages, and geoarbitrage, they reached their goal in half the time a…
 
Our guest this week is Michael Mauboussin. Michael is the head of consilient research at Counterpoint Global. Before joining Counterpoint Global in January 2020, Michael was director of research at BlueMountain Capital Management and prior to that held research leadership roles at Credit Suisse and Legg Mason Capital Management. Michael is the auth…
 
Julianna Poplin of The Simplicity Habit teaches you how to balance simplicity and frugality Episode 1782: How to Balance Simplicity and Frugality by Julianna Poplin of The Simplicity Habit on Minimalism & Finances Julianna is a professional declutterer and writer at The Simplicity Habit. She writes to encourage and inspire women who want to simplif…
 
Joshua Fields Millburn of The Minimalists reviews habits when it comes to money, and the important financial things we postpone related to death. Episode 1781: Money Does Not Buy Better Habits AND Scared to Death of Death: The Important Things We Postpone by Joshua Fields Millburn Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus write about living a meaning…
 
Leif of Physician on Fire helps you spend less and live more. This is part 2 of 2 Episode 1780: [Part 2] Spend Less - Live More by Leif of Physician On Fire on Intentional Spending & Living Leif is a former anesthesiologist, a family man, and a supposed outdoors enthusiast who spends way too much time indoors. Physician on FIRE is a personal financ…
 
Leif of Physician on Fire helps you spend less and live more. This is part 1 of 2 Episode 1779: [Part 1] Spend Less - Live More by Leif of Physician On Fire on Intentional Spending & Living Leif is a former anesthesiologist, a family man, and a supposed outdoors enthusiast who spends way too much time indoors. Physician on FIRE is a personal financ…
 
Doug and Carl talk about investment limit changes for 2022 and Back Door Roths. Here are a few highlights from our discussion: 401k and Roth IRAs Long term capital gains The Back Door Roth lives! Pre-tax verses post-tax investing Join the Mile High FI Club – It’s our email list! ____ Links: IRS announces changes to retirement plans for 2022 | Inter…
 
Nick True of Mapped Out Money shares 3 reasons why you should stop budgeting by the month. Episode 1778: 3 Reasons You Should Stop Budgeting By The Month by Nick True of Mapped Out Money on Financial Goals Nick True is the founder of Mapped Out Money, where he helps you get a grip on your finances and take hold of freedom. His goal is to help you s…
 
Robert Farrington of The College Investor helps you feel financially empowered and make the best decisions possible Episode 1777: How To Feel Financially Empowered And Make The Best Decisions Possible by Robert Farrington of TheCollegeInvestor Robert Farrington is a personal finance expert that focuses on helping millennials get out of student loan…
 
#360: I’m worried my parents are getting ripped off by their financial advisor. What should I do? My wife is trying to qualify for student loan forgiveness … but we might lose a bunch of tax benefits in the process. Is it worth the risk? I’m enrolling in grad school, and I want to optimize how to pay for rent and groceries. Should I use money from …
 
Barney of The Escape Artist reminds us that the more runway we have, the safer we are Episode 1776: The More Runway You Have, The Safer You are by Barney of The Escape Artist Blog on Financial Security & Wellbeing Barney Whiter writes about money and financial freedom at The Escape Artist. He has a degree in economics, is a qualified chartered acco…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Mr. Money Mustache (aka Pete aka Pedro??) and Ray from Waffles on Wednesday, who showed up to share some beer and all kinds of hot sauce! Among many others, we tried Playing with FIRE Hot Sauce, which is homemade by our recent guest, Scott Rieckens. Listen in as we tackle the Scoville scale and some juicy questions.…
 
Kevin of Financial Panther reminds you that the long game always wins Episode 1775: The Long Game Always Wins by Kevin of Financial Panther on Compounding Interest & Long-Term Investing Kevin is an attorney, writer, gig economy expert, side hustler, and the blogger behind Financial Panther. He paid off 87,000 worth of student loans in just 2.5 year…
 
Does it make sense to pay off your mortgage if you lose the mortgage interest tax deduction? This is a common question people struggle with who are considering paying off their mortgage. Let's explore if keeping your mortgage for the tax savings makes sense. Also, we hear from Jon Banker from Colorado who recently paid off his mortgage early. We di…
 
Kumiko of The Budget Mom tells you some important information about index funds Episode 1774: What You Should Know About Index Funds by Kumiko of The Budget Mom on Total Stock Market Investing Kumiko went from having a pile of credit card debt to becoming a successful budgeter and Accredited Financial Counselor. The Budget Mom exists to empower wom…
 
On today's episode we talk to three people who have had a recent career identity crisis and the changes they have made or in the process of making. Join Jess and Lauren from Bitches Get Riches and Kiersten Saunders as we discuss what Fire and The Great Resignation can teach each other.
 
Chelsea Brennan of Smart Money Mamas talks about why to invest even when the market is peaking. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1773: [Part 2] Why You Should Invest, Even in Peak Markets by Chelsea of Smart Money Mamas on Investment Strategies Chelsea Brennan is a hedge fund investor turned online entrepreneur that helps moms make their money work for…
 
I have a bad habit of trying to solve my wife's problems ... when she's not asking for me to solve them. Does this happen in your relationship? Nicole and I discuss this reoccurring bad habit of mine and ways I can work to become a better listener and partner. BREAD & WINE RESOURCES Buy Us a Cheap Bottle of Wine: And we'll give you a shoutout durin…
 
Chelsea Brennan of Smart Money Mamas talks about why to invest even when the market is peaking. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1772: [Part 1] Why You Should Invest, Even in Peak Markets by Chelsea of Smart Money Mamas on Investment Strategies Chelsea Brennan is a hedge fund investor turned online entrepreneur that helps moms make their money work for…
 
In this mailbag episode, Doug and Carl answer questions from listeners. Here's what we covered: How is Carl planning for his kids' college expenses? What things should you keep in mind when discussing a trust with a lawyer? What's up with the Vanguard 2040 target date fund issuing massive capital gains distributions in 2021? What were our favorite …
 
The Mad Fientist questions what it means to retire early. Episode 1771: Emotions of Financial Independence by The Mad Fientist of the Financial Independence Podcast on Early Retirement The Mad Fientist analyzes the tax code and looks at personal finance through the lens of early financial independence to develop strategies and tactics to help you r…
 
Kelly Blodgett of Money Gal Coaching provides 7 questions that you can ask yourself to be better with money Episode 1770: 7 Questions to Ask Yourself to Be Better With Money by Kelly Blodgett of Money Gal Coaching Before we can experience the freedom of building wealth, many of us have to remove the chains of debt. For Kelly Blodgett, she graduated…
 
359: Money, relationships, health and purpose: life is running smoothly when all four of these elements are working together in tandem, like wheels on a car. But how can we make spending and investing choices that facilitate stronger relationships, better health and a deeper sense of purpose? Andrew Hallam, who became a millionaire on a teacher’s s…
 
Wanderer of Millennial Revolution talks about why we have to forgive ourselves Episode 1769: Why You Have To Forgive Yourself by Wanderer with Millennial-Revolution on Money Mistakes & Redemption Wanderer retired from his engineering job at a major Silicon Valley semiconductor company at the age of 33. He now travels the world seeking out knowledge…
 
Our guest today is Cullen Roche. Cullen is the founder and chief investment officer of the Discipline Funds. In addition, Cullen heads up Orcam Group, a registered investment advisory firm he established in 2012. Cullen also authors the popular blog "Pragmatic Capitalism," where he writes about a range of macroeconomic and investing topics. He is a…
 
In this live recording, Carl interviewed JL Collins at the MMM HQ Co-Working space. Carl opened the evening with a quiz for audience members. Volunteers had to read a phrase and then decide if the phrase was in a JL Collins book. Find out if Pete (Mr. Money Mustache) gets his question right... Carl had some questions for JL and then let the audienc…
 
Mr. 1500 of 1500 Days encourages you to be an inflection point to someone Episode 1768: Be An Inflection Point To Someone by Mr. 1500 of 1500 Days on Inspiring Others on A Journey to F.I.R.E. Mr. 1500 is a family guy living in Colorado with his wife and two young children. He studied biology and chemistry in college, but somehow turned into a softw…
 
Saving and investing can be a smart idea for most everyone. But without a definition of WHAT we're saving and investing for, we can lose motivation and interest. Joe Saul-Sehy, Author of the new book "Stacked: Your Super Serious Guide to Modern Money Management", joins us to share how we can define our investing goals and how we can have fun along …
 
Kyle Kowalski of Sloww talks about the 3 ways Americans spend most of their money and how to save more Episode 1767: The 80/20 Rule for Money: The 3 Ways Americans Spend Most of Their Money & How You Can Save More by Kyle Kowalski Kyle Kowalski, the human behind Sloww, is a corporate dropout turned solopreneur who found and created his life purpose…
 
David Cain shares how some purchases actually do bring him happiness, even when they are ridiculously expensive. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1766: [Part 2] How to Buy Happiness by David Cain of Raptitude on Intentional Spending David Cain is a writer and entrepreneur living in Winnipeg, Canada. On a particular boring day at his office job in 2009,…
 
You've lived a long life and you're about to die. How will you measure your life? Nicole and I discuss the answer to this question in our latest episode of Bread & Wine with the support of one of our listeners, Phil from Chicago! BREAD & WINE RESOURCES How Will You Measure Your Life by Clayton Christensen (the article we discuss on the show) How to…
 
David Cain shares how some purchases actually do bring him happiness, even when they are ridiculously expensive. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1765: [Part 1] How to Buy Happiness by David Cain of Raptitude on Intentional Spending David Cain is a writer and entrepreneur living in Winnipeg, Canada. On a particular boring day at his office job in 2009,…
 
Has Doug changed his mind on crypto? It's complicated. Why Doug didn't like crypto Doug's change of heart Why Carl almost bought Bitcoin in 2012 Links #231 - Alex Gladstein: Bitcoin, Authoritarianism, and Human Rights | Lex Fridman Podcast TMBA422: Crypto: What's It All About? - Tropical MBA Podcast Coinbase - Buy and Sell Bitcoin, Ethereum, and mo…
 
Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully talks about whether or not it's too late to invest Episode 1764: Is It Too Late To Invest by Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully on Money Management & Investing Philosophy Andrea Joy is the creator of Saving Joyfully, a personal finance and frugality blog emphasizing joyful living. On her website, savingjoyfully.com, she off…
 
Julien Saunders of Rich and Regular tells us why he paid off his mortgage Episode 1763: Why We Paid Off Our Mortgage by Julien Saunders of Rich And Regular on Debt Payoff & Debt-Free Lifestyle 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'…
 
#357: Discussing advanced investing topics with me is former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy. You may recognize him from the Ask Paula episodes, but we discuss financial topics shared in his new book "STACKED: Your Super-Serious Guide to Modern Money Management" - co-authored with Emily Guy Birken. Subscribe to the show notes at https://affordanyth…
 
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