Archives for April 2017

019: Taking Calculated Financial Risks with Financial Rock Star Scott Alan Turner

Scott Alan Turner is the host of the Financial Rock Star show. He is a self-proclaimed money moron turned early retiree who now spends his time teaching money management to help you get out of debt, save more money, and retire early. Scott is a good friend, amazing burger chef, FinCon speaker, fellow Texan, and […]

018: Automate Your Savings with the TODAY Show’s Jean Chatzky

Jean Chatzky is an award-winning financial journalist, author, motivational speaker, and host of the Her Money podcast. Jean is the TODAY Show’s financial expert and has appeared on Oprah, Live with Regis and Kelly, and The View, among others. Jean blogs at jeanchatzky.com. I’ve had the honor of having Jean keynote FinCon, podcast live from […]

What is Private Mortgage Insurance and How Can You Avoid It?

Editor’s note: Here’s an excellent contribution on the subject of PMI from my friend Ben Feldman. I recently reached that time in life where I’m starting to think about buying a home. I’m ready to settle down, and I like the idea of owning my own place. As I’ve begun to do my research, I’ve […]

Does Your Teen Have to Pay Taxes?

Do you remember your first job? Do you remember the thrill of finally earning your own income? I do. I was 15 and received my lifeguard certification. I thought that I was one of the coolest kids around. Not only was I earning a little extra cash but I was spending my days bathing in […]

017: Making Money Fun with Bob Lotich of Seedtime.com

Bob Lotich has been a full-time blogger for 10 years. His blog (originally called Christian Personal Finance) is now Seedtime.com and it’s one of my favorite places. I’m consistently sharing Bob’s posts. Bob’s writing and advice have been featured in Men’s Health Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and many others. He lives in […]

The Best Accounting Software for Small Business (2018)

A few years ago, I took over as financial secretary for my local synagogue, and I had my first taste of using accounting software. It didn’t go well. Our synagogue was stuck with an outdated program that ran slowly on my laptop and caused me any number of headaches. Without a background in accounting, I […]

Turn Your Unwanted Media and Tech into Cash with Decluttr

Last summer, my family and I moved from Indiana to Wisconsin. We purged a great deal of our stuff before we left, and got rid of some more once we were unpacking. And yet, in every room of our new house you can still find: video games that we no longer play, worn out tech […]

016: Question Everything About Your Money and Lifestyle with Millennial Money Expert Stefanie O’Connell

Stefanie O’Connell is a millennial money expert, speaker, and author of the book, The Broke and Beautiful Life. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, SUCCESS, The Dr. Oz Show, Fox News, and ABC World News. You may have read about Stefanie on PTMoney.com. She was kind enough to share her […]

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