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You can afford anything, but not everything. We make daily decisions about 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? Host Paula Pant interviews a diverse array of entrepreneurs, early retirees, millionaires, investors, artists, adventurers, scientists, psych ...
 
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 ...
 
How would your life change if you reached Financial Independence and got to the point where working is optional? What actions can you take today to make that not just possible but probable. Jonathan & Brad explore the tactics that the FI community uses to reclaim decades of their lives. They discuss reducing expenses, crushing debt, tax optimization, building passive income streams through online businesses and real estate and how to travel the world for free. Every episode is packed with ac ...
 
Have you ever wanted to pick the brain of a thriving entrepreneur or investor but didn’t know how? Maybe you wanted to ask them about their successes, failures, systems, motivation, or experiences they’ve had? Perhaps you wanted to invite them out for a coffee or beer, but couldn’t find the time? Don’t worry, The Weekly Juice has you covered every Wednesday. Co-hosted by Ryan Bevilacqua and Cory Jacobson, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors, entrepreneurs, real estate prof ...
 
A show dedicated to providing you with inspirational content for Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE). Easy and Actionable tips with all the resources you need to crush your FIRE goals! To be part of the show or ask a question send me an email to questions@inspiretofire.com or leave a voice message. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inspire-to-fire/support
 
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Paula Pant joins the Weekly Juice Podcast to discuss her unique journey to financial freedom. She tells the juice boys about how travel inspired her to focus on working for herself, developing her own path, and investing in things that would pay the best returns.By Ryan Jacobson, Cory Jacobson
 
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2019, Americans spent just over $8,000 on food. If you're on a tight budget, slashing your grocery bill is one of the easiest ways to spend less. But what if you don't want to compromise on healthy eating? Today's guest, Rosemary Fotheringham, is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP) wh…
 
Craig Curelop (@thefiguy) joins The Weekly Juice to discuss his motivation and his incredibly quick financial independence journey. Craig works in real estate and is the author of "The House Hacking Strategy".By Cory Jacobson, Ryan Bevilacqua
 
#286: Kaitlyn has $78,000 saved for a property, but she isn’t sure whether she should buy a personal residence, a rental property, or both. How can she best use this money? An anonymous listener wants to lower their housing expenses. Should she and her husband buy a cheaper property and turn their current home into a rental, or should they stay and…
 
As the ChooseFI community continues to grow, it's necessary to discuss some fundamental basics that serve the audience who are just getting started, as well as provide a refresher for those who have been on the path for a long time. In this episode, we revisit the magic of compound interest and investing for beginners. Getting to financial independ…
 
#285: Sam wants to use the funds in her Vanguard S&P 500 index funds for a downpayment on a house. She isn’t sure if she should keep her savings in the market. Should she move her money, and where? Hailey purchased a duplex in March and is already looking to sell due to a hostile tenant during the purchase process. How can she shift her focus from …
 
Ashley M. Fox (@_ashleymfox) joins The Weekly Juice to discuss her journey to financial freedom via multiple avenues of investing. Ashley has experienced many aspects of the financial world and is now focused on educating younger generations about building wealth and managing money.By Cory Jacobson, Ryan Bevilacqua
 
The election is over! (Well, sort of) ... As the dust is settling, there's a lot of talk about how to invest your money based on who our president is. I review my investment philosophy and how I'm changing things up based on the election results. We also hear from Josh Hastings who paid off $300,000 of student loans! He shares how he and his wife p…
 
One of ChooseFI's most popular guests is back! Dominick Quartuccio returns to talk about after the shock of 2020, how to bounce back and what it looks like to design your life for next year. Brad's relationship with Dominick goes back to when they were in college together. After reconnecting several years ago, Dominick has become a source of inspir…
 
Paula Pant and Andy Hill broadcast from Dallas, where they’re part of a bare-bones skeleton production crew that’s hosting the 10th annual FinCon, a conference for a community of personal finance podcasters, YouTubers and bloggers. On the evening before the event, they reflect on the importance of community, especially when it comes to learning abo…
 
ChooseFI Facebook Community Manager recently posted a meme that hit home with Brad. It said, “Plot twist: 2020 has actually been the best year of your life. You faced challenge after challenge, you've adapted, and you've overcome. 2020 has forced you to grow exponentially. Don't take that for granted.“ 2020 had been Jonathan's best year ever. Inste…
 
Travis Zappia (@theyoungretireeat33) joins The Weekly Juice to discuss his unorthodox 80% savings rate, and how he used that money to start a rapidly growing Airbnb business that brings in over $100k per year. Travis touches on getting started on Airbnb, systems to make yourself efficient, and how to position yourself for success.…
 
#284: Morgan Housel is an award-winning financial journalist, and he’s a leading thinker and author in the world of investing. His new book, The Psychology of Money, highlights the influence that our behavior has on our financial success. We discuss developing self-awareness around our biases, saving like a pessimist and investing like an optimist,…
 
When you're about to be married, money can sometimes be one of the last things you think about. Lawrence Gonzalez, the creator of The Neighborhood Finance Guy, shares the importance of making financial planning goals before marriage. We also discuss not overdoing it with your goals as well. This delicate balance is something Lawrence is working on …
 
Optimize your finances during your 20s, no matter what your income is, and build significant wealth. But what are your options when working an entry-level job when you have a large amount of student loan debt? Amy's first job out of college was an entry-level position earning $30,000. By the age of 25 had a $100,000 net worth and has tripled her sa…
 
Many of us have experienced disconnection from our loved ones this year, especially with older family members. It can be difficult to stay in touch when parents and grandparents aren't technologically savvy. They might not know how to text, how to use their cell phone to place a call, or how to initiate a video call. We hope that can change after y…
 
#283: Andrea’s parents have a seemingly salesly financial advisor. He tried to get them to purchase a second life insurance policy, among other potentially pushy moves. Are her parents better off without his advice? Teresa can’t shake the feeling that the stock market is more of a gamble than an investment. Is there any advantage to holding funds f…
 
Are you trying to decide whether a Roth or Traditional IRA is best for you? Certified Financial Planner Echo Huang joins us to help answer this important question and we discuss other important decisions when it comes to your retirement investing. We also hear from Tammy Tibbetts from "She's the First" about how we can make an impact on the world.…
 
Yanely grew up in a low-income household in Brooklyn and then attended Brown University. But by the time she graduated, she had accumulated a bunch of credit card debt that she was hiding from her family. She tried to figure out dealing with her debt on her own by reading books, listening to podcasts, and watching YouTube videos. After paying it of…
 
With the uncertainty of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) looming before us, many are asking: How can we plan for healthcare - now and in the future? How much will I need to save to cover healthcare in retirement? What can I do if I can't afford the expensive premiums? As a community of entrepreneurs and early retirees, this is a major concern. To help…
 
Alan Donegan is the cofounder of PopUp Business School. His mission is to change the way entrepreneurship is taught and to make it more accessible. If you’ve daydreamed of starting a side hustle, Alan’s simple advice and actions will give you the knowledge you need to get started now. You’ll know if your idea is viable within a month. For more info…
 
Cindy Zuniga from Zero Based Budget joins the show to discuss how she paid off $215K in debt! We also discuss considering your student loan debt to income ratio. Lastly, we talk about approaching FI in a balanced way. We Discuss - Her Debt Payoff Strategy - Debt to Income Ratio Rule of Thumb - Approaching FI In A Balanced Way Please Subscribe & Lea…
 
Dr. Joseph Asamoah joins The Weekly Juice Podcast to discuss his successes and failures in the real estate investing game. Dr. Asamoah focuses his investing in the Washington D.C. area and his portfolio features a lot of houses that are eligible for Section 8 tenants, lowering his risk all while being in an upscale neighborhood that demands high re…
 
After not having enough time with his family and being simply overworked, Joe DiSanto decided to pack up and leave California. He and his family ended up in Florida. With the lower cost of living, he's now semi-retired and spending more time with his wife and son. Joe describes how his family made this transition physically and financially. He shar…
 
Your money story informs so much of your life even if you're not aware of it. For 30 years, Leisa Peterson has been researching and studying how trauma in early life contributes to the money challenges faced later in life. Growing up with a scarcity mindset, money became an escape that gave her motivation. Leisa decided in her mid-twenties that she…
 
Jonathan draws a parallel between the episode on Monday with professional poker player Annie Duke and hitting his weight loss goals. Finding himself well over his desired weight, Jonathan took a health challenge and has kept the weight off for six months making him a weightloss statistical abnormality. Where most people diet and get to a goal weigh…
 
Each year, I put together a survey that helps me learn more about you and it helps me to produce a better podcast. This 5-10 minute survey will help me learn what you like, dislike, and want more of with the "Marriage Kids and Money Podcast". Please go to MarriageKidsandMoney.com/Survey to complete the survey and be entered in a random drawing for …
 
Scott and his husband are a dual income no kids (DINK) household. They have come into some extra money lately and want to know what to do with it. Do they invest the money? Do they save it? Or do they pay down debt? To help me answer Scott's question, I've invited David and John Auten-Schneider from the Queer Money Podcast. These financial experts …
 
Annie Duke is a world champion poker player and author of Thinking in Bets, a book which makes the case for embracing uncertainty in our decision-making framework. In Annie's latest book, How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choices, she answers the question, what does a good decision-making process look like and how to incorporate that in…
 
After 18 years of ownership, Brad says goodbye to his beloved Honda Civic, Golden Boy. When it comes to car ownership, ChooseFI often talks about only buying a new car every 15 years. Over a 45 year adult lifetime, the savings, when invested, can amount to almost $750,000 when compared to someone who leases or just manages a constant car payment. A…
 
Tripp Lanier from The New Man Podcast joins the show to discuss escaping the rat race. We start with his personal growth story and what he has found to help us all live a more fulfilled life. We also discuss if the concept of Financial Independence/Retire Early (FIRE) is just another "rat race". We Discuss - His Personal Growth Story - Escaping The…
 
#281: Annie Duke, best-selling author of Thinking In Bets and former world champion poker professional, discusses the decision making strategies and tools outlined in her new book, How to Decide. Learn how to make quicker decisions, overcome hindsight bias, make decisions with incomplete information, and improve your decision making skills. For mor…
 
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