Archives for May 2017

024: Keeping the Personal in Personal Finance with Jen Hemphill

Jen Hemphill helps busy ambitious women transform their finances from being overwhelming to bringing joy, simplicity, and confidence. She is a Motivational Money Coach, an AFC® (Accredited Financial Counselor) and host of the Her Money Matters Podcast. Jen is a friend and I owe a lot of the success of my podcast launch to her. […]

Finances in Order? Don’t Forget to Monitor Your Credit [TransUnion Credit Monitoring Review]

This post is brought to you by TransUnion. While this post was sponsored by TransUnion, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. You’ve come a long way in your financial journey. You mostly follow your budget, you’re no longer surprised by financial emergencies, and you are working on saving for long-term goals, like […]

Barclaycard CashForward World MasterCard $200 Bonus Review

Barclaycard is not a name synonymous with American households. If not for being in the business of personal finance, I would only have seen it mentioned in advertisements every 15 seconds watching a premier league match on NBC. But over the last few years, Barclaycard has been making a major push in the US credit […]

How I Raised the Rent on Our Rental Property without Being a Mean Landlord

This past year we lost a long-time tenant. Sad. While we were bummed to lose them. The change gave us the opportunity to raise the rent and improve the monthly cash flow. We were able to increase the rent on our rental property by $300 – from $1,875 to $2,175 per month. That’s quite a […]

023: Setting Specific Actionable Financial Goals with Deacon Hayes of Well Kept Wallet

Deacon Hayes is a Personal Finance Expert who is best known for paying off $52,000 in debt in 18 months. He has been featured in the US News & World Report, MSN Money, Yahoo Finance and more. Deacon is a friend, fantastic blogger at WellKeptWallet.com, and podcaster and also the global head of FinCon Local […]

Sign Up for FreedomPop’s Free Mobile Service for Your Teen

This post is brought to you by FreedomPop. While this post was sponsored by FreedomPop, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. My oldest child is currently only 6 years old. I suspect I only have another four or five years before he starts pestering me for a cell phone. Though my intention […]

022: End Your Financial Stress Now with Emily Guy Birken

Emily Guy Birken is a former English teacher and respected personal finance writer. She has written four books: The Five Years Before You Retire, Choose Your Retirement, Making Social Security Work for You, and her newest, End Financial Stress Now. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her engineer husband and two high-energy little boys. Emily […]

021: Start a Side Hustle with Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation

Nick Loper is an author, entrepreneur, and a lifelong student in the game of business. His latest role is as Chief Side Hustler at SideHustleNation.com, a growing community, and resource for aspiring and part-time entrepreneurs. Nick’s been making his living online since before it was cool. Along the way he’s picked up a thing or […]

020: Get Your Financial Life Together with Broke Millennial Erin Lowry

Erin Lowry is a millennial personal finance expert, author, and speaker. Erin founded the personal finance blog Broke Millennial. Her first book, Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together, hits shelves May 2, 2017. I’ve checked out the book and it’s fantastic – funny, nerdy, detailed, and smart. In this episode […]

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