Best Studentloans podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Travis helps you navigate the insane world of student loans, especially if you owe $50,000 to $1 million. If you've ever spent too much time on the phone with your loan servicer, this is the show for you. Every week we share tips on loan forgiveness, investing, crushing debt, and how to get to financial freedom when you owe more than most people's mortgage.
 
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Living With Money
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Tim and Tom Mullooly from Mullooly Asset Management bring you "Living With Money". Tim and Tom will walk you through your financial life step by step. From the very basics of personal finance to in-depth financial planning and investing methods, you will truly learn how to live with money. With years of experience spanning multiple generations, Tim and Tom bring a unique perspective to your financial life, whether you're just starting out, or getting close to retirement. Through educational ...
 
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Worth Listening
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Certified Financial Planner and four-time Olympian Lauryn Williams leads in-depth conversations with guests, having them share what she calls their "money memoirs" to offer insights into how money works in their sport or profession, as well as sharing important lessons they've learned along the way. Worth-Winning.com.
 
One man determined to break free from $155K in student loans through learning from personal finance and money management experts. Why document this process? I'm terrible with money and I figure that I'm not alone. I hope this journey helps those in the hole climb their way out. And I hope we can do it together.
 
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Higher Ed Now
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Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
 
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Jake Of All Trades
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Every week Jake Rivas, Financial Advisor To Millennials, will hit the streets, coffee shops, and restaurants to get raw feedback from YOU about the real financial obstacles you are facing today. Jake will help you take the guesswork out of managing your money choices while curating and sharing the best advice and insights into making smart money choices. Jakes Two Cents will help you navigate credit, financial debt, saving for the future, student loans, mortgages, travel, money, lifestyle, a ...
 
Welcome to the Doctor Money Matters podcast. I am your host Dr. Tarang Patel, a practicing diagnostic radiologist in Phoenix, AZ. I started this podcast as a way to share knowledge about financial matters as they relate to health care professionals. We spent many years learning about the science and art of providing patient care but most of us have relatively little knowledge about reaching financial well being. I know that I had no formal training in setting up investment accounts, negotiat ...
 
DebtFreeMuslims is a Qalam Institute project and hosted by Omar Usman and Adam Taufique. The show explores everything related to personal finance for Muslims, including home mortgages, budgeting, materialism, credit cards, student loans, marriage, and much more.
 
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Plan For College Now!
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Plan For College Now! is a twice a week college planning podcast where Jim Wilkerson provides useful actionable information about the entire college planning process. Jim will have great interviews with today’s most knowledgeable college coaches, financial aid and student loan experts as well as scholarship and grant counselors. He also will be interviewing admissions professionals from the colleges all around the United States to provide great tips on how to help you pick the right major an ...
 
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In Ep. 87, Tim talks with his good friend Will Forero. Will is an attorney at The Law Offices of Edmond J. Pryor in the Bronx. They discuss what it's like working as a personal injury attorney, debunking some of the negative stereotypes surrounding personal injury cases, marketing yourself as an attorney, and a very important case for the firm ...…
 
Using the refinancing ladder strategy can help student loan borrowers get out of debt much faster. In this episode, learn how the refinancing ladder works for refinancing student loans — and how to decide if refinancing is right for you. In today’s episode, you'll find out: • What is the refinancing ladder strategy? • When is refinancing a good ...…
 
In Ep. 86, we continue our look-back on some of the best answers on the podcast from the Summer of 2019. This week we have questions and answers talking about FIRE, attracting more women to the advisory business, the best parts of family businesses and owning your own shop and more! Enjoy!By Tim Mullooly.
 
The current administration is considering privatizing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. In 2007, these organizations were privatized. It was after the 2008 crisis that the government stepped in. Is this a good move by the government? If this occurs what would be the effect on normal Americans? Jake Rivas and Kirk Barbera have an interesting conversat ...…
 
Do you wonder why our student loan plan consult form has you give so much information? Hear the Student Loan Planner consultants — Travis Hornsby, Justin Harvey, Rob Bertman and Lauryn Williams — break down all 26 questions and explain how your plan is unique. In today’s episode, you'll find out: How the consultants react to learning someone’s ...…
 
Summer is winding down and many people (or their children) are headed back to school. While we might be more than half way through the year, in a sense, it’s a new year for some and a great time to touch base on our goals. And, each day is a new beginning where we can start again and get back inline on working towards our goals. With all that i ...…
 
On this week's episode, we catch you up on some of the best answers you might have missed on your summer vacation! If you've taken the past few months off from worrying about your finances, soaked up some sun, and enjoyed the summer - we've got you covered! This week and next week we will be recapping some of the best answers from the podcast t ...…
 
ACTA's Erik Gross serves up a conversation with Jason Brennan and Phillip Magness, the authors of "Cracks In the Ivory Tower: The Moral Mess of Higher Education." Their microeconomic approach to analyzing the adversities plaguing today's colleges and universities lays out a gripping narrative that is sure to challenge orthodoxies in the Academy.…
 
Most people are committing financial sins of omission — not doing things because they’re too complicated. In this episode, see how anything from bad website designs to having too many options can cause financial inertia — and how setting up automatic plans can help. In today’s episode, you'll find out: How is Vanguard’s website design costing p ...…
 
In Ep. 84, Tim talks with Tom about some major financial planning mistakes people make during different stages of their life. They each share their top two mistakes for people in their 20's just getting started, people in their 40's with an established career and a family, and people in their 60's nearing retirement. Enjoy!…
 
In today's exciting episode, hear questions directly from the Student Loan Planner audience, covering topics ranging from financing a car to preparing for a massive student loan bill, with each question answered by Travis. In today’s episode, you'll find out: Is financing a car ever a good idea? How to best prepare for the tax bomb on an income ...…
 
Kyler Gray, a rising senior at the University of Central Florida, is an emerging higher education leader. On top of full time studies, he serves as the president of the UCF student body, CEO of the Student Government Association, *and* as the sole student member of the university's Board of Trustees -- representing 68,000 students in the UCF co ...…
 
In Ep. 83 Tim talks about the power of planning for Millennials. He talks about life planning, setting goals, and how to approach big life events in your mid-to-late 20's. Setting yourself up on the right track early in life is one of the smartest decisions a person can make. He also talks with his brothers Brendan and Casey about how THEY view ...…
 
On this episode, my guest is Amy Mecozzi Cho MD, an emergency medicine physician in MN who is passionate about making sure physicians voices are heard, particularly on the issue that is all over the news lately, Surprise (Balance) Billing. This is when the medical group providing the care charges the patient the balance between their fees and t ...…
 
On this episode Jake Rivas and Kirk Barbera discuss a Bloomberg.com article “U.S. Stocks Plunge Most in 2019 on Trade Tension.” Now that investors are beginning to grasp the potential for a long-term trade conflict, they are shifting their investments to haven investments (gold, cryptocurrency.) Meanwhile, China is (supposedly) lowering their o ...…
 
Today’s guest is Melanie Finnegan. She’s an expert in tax lien certificate investments and the Founder, CEO, and Managing Partner of Tax Lien Wealth Solutions. Her journey in tax lien investing started at the ground level. As a single mother with no college degree, she applied for a position in marketing at a local business in her small town th ...…
 
Jake wants to attend dental school while Carissa has enrolled in an occupational therapy program. See how they plan to finance their educations and why going for student loan forgiveness is a better option than Carissa’s parents paying for grad school. In today’s episode, you'll find out: How Jake and Carissa decided on their specific programs ...…
 
In Ep. 82, Tim talks with Dr. Brad Klontz. Brad is a financial psychologist, a certified financial planner, author of five books, a professor at Creighton University and more! They talk about the close ties between money and emotions, and why humans are wired to make sometimes irrational decisions. They also talk about negative money mindsets, ...…
 
On this episode, my guests are a group of physicians who are in the Direct Primary Care space. They each have their own practice. Dr. Jessica Edwards is starting a practice in TX. Dr. Mitch Li is starting one in the Chicago area. Dr. Clodagh Ryan has a 2 year old practice also in Chicago and is a veteran and mentor in this space. In the era of ...…
 
We can sweat the small stuff — like Netflix subscriptions or gym memberships or daily lattes. But sweating the big stuff — like housing and car purchases — is most important for your financial health. See how these big-ticket items can affect your finances — and what to do about it. In today’s episode, you'll find out: How buying too much house ...…
 
April Lawson is a guiding light and director of debates at Better Angels, a remarkable national organization that has surged into the spotlight by effectively teaching citizens to combat polarization and restore civil dialogue across America. April's leadership informs Better Angels' partnership with ACTA -- and our shared vision to help studen ...…
 
In Ep. 81, Justin Castelli returns to the podcast to talk about the value of creating content. Justin talks about how he plans to help financial advisors build their personal brand by utilizing blogs, videos, podcasts and more. They discuss the importance of finding your voice, being authentic, and speaking directly to your audience. This conve ...…
 
When the federal reserve changes its interest rate policy, how does this affect you? Since the 2008 financial crisis interest rates have been set quite low in historic standards. Growth occurred slowly despite the change in interest rate policy. This very well may change the way interest rate policy will be determined in the future. Jake Rivas ...…
 
Today’s guest is Danielle Desir. She’s a travel finance strategist, writer, speaker and the founder of The Thought Card, an award-winning travel finance blog and podcast empowering you to make informed financial decisions - travel more, pay off debt and build wealth. Growing up in a Haitian family, Danielle learned great savings habits. She eve ...…
 
Most people don’t seem to like their student loan servicer — and for good reason. Here are the 10 most common student loan servicer mess-ups and why they happen. In today’s episode, you'll find out: The 10 most common student loan servicer mess-ups Why servicers urge switching to Revised Pay As You Earn (REPAYE) How switching to REPAYE can hurt ...…
 
Is there really a disjunct between the world of the practical and the world of the liberal arts? Dr. Fred Beuttler, guiding light of the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies of the University of Chicago, certainly doesn't think so. In this episode he returns to ACTA for an illuminating conversation with Michael Poliakoff.…
 
In Ep. 80, Tim talks with his dad, CEO of Mullooly Asset Management, Tom Mullooly. They discuss the beginnings of the firm back in 2002, why he decided to start it as a fee-only RIA, and what his career was like in the brokerage industry before that. They also discuss posts from Tom's blog The Human Advisor about the Fed, inflation, market retu ...…
 
Many of the Presidential candidates running in 2020 have advocated either eliminating student debt and/or making university free of cost to students. Jake and Kirk discuss the impacts of these potential policies on the country and on your individual financial plans. For instance, should you stop making payments on your current debt if it might ...…
 
Do you have a good savings rate? What is a good savings rate anyway? In this episode, learn why a high savings rate is so critical — and how to secure one for yourself. In today’s episode, you'll find out: How do you define a savings rate? The history of savings rates in the U.S. How advertisements might have affected savings rates Where the cu ...…
 
Back in 2011, Wallace Hall was sounding alarms about admissions wrongdoings at the University of Texas System, where he served as Regent. His activism drew blistering criticism and brought him to the brink of impeachment -- until 2015, when an investigation fully validated his claims. In light of global headlines about the college admissions sc ...…
 
We talk a lot of financial health and well being on this show, but today we focus on a bigger, more important issue - mental health. Guy Iacono is a licensed psychotherapist, and NJ regional director of Minding Your Mind, a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health. Guy talks about the impact MYM's ...…
 
Many people shy away from asking family members about their financial situation, but Lauryn makes some strong points for why it’s so important. She touches on tips for talking about money with your parents and siblings along with your spouse and children. Lauryn shares a little bit about her own family, why she strives to have financial convers ...…
 
Are private student loans worth it in comparison to federal loans? In this episode, learn how your degree path and future plans affect whether private loans should be on your radar, whether they’re a good idea for parents and grad students, and situations where they’re the worst option. In today’s episode, you'll find out: How credit risk impac ...…
 
In Ep. 78, Tim talks with author Kerry Hannon. Kerry has written a dozen books over the span of her career, but today they focus on her most recently released book "Never Too Old to Get Rich". Kerry talks about how the largest growing demographic for entrepreneurs starting their own businesses is people in their 50's and older. They discuss why ...…
 
Jordan Lee is the CEO and co-founder of CollegeBacker, a startup that helps people start 529 college savings plans. In this episode, learn what a 529 plan is, why it’s so important and how to get started. In today’s episode, you'll find out: What led Jordan to co-founding CollegeBacker How a 529 plan works The impact of saving when your child i ...…
 
In Ep. 77, Tim interviews Chris Smith. Chris is the author of the book I Am Net Worthy, and creator of the website by the same name! They discuss Chris' views on helping younger individuals find financial independence. They talk about topics ranging from getting started in your career to buying a car, to buying a home, and investing for the lon ...…
 
If you’ve listened to the Worth Listening podcast before, you know that host, Lauryn Williams, is all for having conversations around money. In fact, that’s why she started the podcast. She wanted to get people talking so they could discover all the benefits. In this episode of the podcast host, Lauryn shares how to start having conversations a ...…
 
Dr. Zachary Kingsberg is a dentist who, after graduating from the very expensive Nova Southeastern University, is now running his own dental practice startup in Dallas alongside his wife. In this episode, see how Zach began his startup journey, how he handled his student loans and the advice he’d give for an up-and-coming dentists on starting y ...…
 
On a previous episode Jake read articles showcasing the downturn in the economy. On this episode we have evidence that consumer confidence is going up. What exactly is consumer confidence? Why should it matter? How does it effect you and your daily financial life? There is a lot more going on than you think. Have questions about managing your f ...…
 
In Ep. 76, Tim interviews award-winning financial journalist and author Cameron Huddleston. They discuss Cameron's new book "Mom & Dad: We Need to Talk - How to Have Essential Conversations with Your Parents About Their Finances". Cameron offers some useful conversation starters, things NOT to say, and more. They also discuss why it's important ...…
 
Chad Carson is real estate entrepreneur who has worked in real estate investing for 16 years. In this episode, learn how he got started on his entrepreneurial journey, how real estate investing really works, and whether it’s a good idea for your situation. In today’s episode, you'll find out: • Chad’s background a college football player • How ...…
 
David Corey, Professor of Political Science at Baylor University, drives a dialogue with ACTA's Michael Poliakoff and Erik Gross about the vital qualities of liberal education, the lessons offered by the classics, and how to teach and model rational discourse for students.By American Council of Trustees and Alumni.
 
In Ep. 75, Tim talks with Dina Isola from Ritholtz Wealth Management. Dina talks about how she got started in the advisory business, what it was like making the move to Ritholtz, and all about her work dealing with improving the 403(b) system for teachers. Dina explains why the current state of many 403(b) plans is harmful to teachers across th ...…
 
Jake And Kirk discuss a fascinating story of the life and death of a man who left the world as mysteriously as he lived it. He was found in death, alone in a tiny 800 square foot house. Unlike many other situations like this one, his house was tidy and spartan. He had no bed. Drove a base model truck with 77,000 miles. Never clocked more then 2 ...…
 
Today’s guest is Chad Bonham, filmmaker, author, and co-founder of 51 West Entertainment. He has been working in mass media for 29 years. A graduate of the University of Tulsa, Chad has written extensively for over 30 publications and online sites and has authored or co-authored 27 books including Everybody Needs A Head Coach, The Seven C’s of ...…
 
Many student loan borrowers are worried about the risks of relying on Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). In the episode, find out why these risks are vastly overestimated as well as the histories of PSLF repeal attempts and taxable loan forgiveness. Also learn what you need to do in the extremely unlikely case that forgiveness programs are ...…
 
Manu Meel, a rising senior at the University of California Berkeley who serves as the CEO for Bridges USA, discusses how students can reform our political culture by bringing constructive discourse back to our college campuses.By American Council of Trustees and Alumni.
 
In Ep. 74, Tim talks with Nina O'Neal. Nina is a partner and investment advisor at Archer Investment Management, as well as the founder of the Female Advisor Network. They talk about Nina's work as an advisor, as well as the launch of the Female Advisor Network earlier this year. Nina talks about why she wanted to a place to connect and empower ...…
 
The Student Loan Planner consultants — Travis Hornsby, Justin Harvey, Rob Bertman and Lauryn Williams — discuss cases they’ve had, with amazing success stories as well as financial catastrophes. In today’s episode, you'll find out: ▪ Fun background stories from each of the Student Loan Planner consultants ▪ Cases from each of the consultants — ...…
 
On this episode, my guest is Nick McCullum of SureDividend.com. We talk about dividend investing as a strategy. Everyone likes the idea of passive income and dividends are about as passive as it gets. Money comes in monthly, quarterly, or whatever frequency the company pays it out. Sure there are risks, but over the long term, dividend paying s ...…
 
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