Thu, 28 April 2016
House hunting season is upon us, and for many, that means that you are about to make the biggest purchase of your life. With that thought in mind, we thought it would be important to share advice with you all on how to buy a house the right way.
With homeownership being such an important commitment to undertake, it is imperative that you proceed with caution and preparation. This is crucial because if you do not take the proper safeguards in advance, your home will turn into a financial burden instead of a financial blessing.
To help us out on this endeavor we interviewed financial coach, Jonathan White to break down the steps that you need to take in order to buy a house the right way.
Jonathan is such an expert on the matter that he wrote a phenomenal new book on this very topic titled "A Tale of Two Houses: Our Journey of Buying a Home the Right Way after Buying One the Wrong Way".
Wed, 27 April 2016
With the current student loan debt in our country surpassing the $1 trillion mark, it's no wonder that so many people are in despair about their loans. However, there are some individuals who use these types of statistics to motivate themselves to financial freedom. Phil did just that, and he successfully paid off 63,000 dollars of student loans in just 2.5 years.
Phil didn't want to be a part of the student loan crisis for the rest of his life. His desire was to become debt, and he wanted to do it as fast as he possibly could.
He successfully took that desire and followed it up with action steps that ultimately led him to achieve his financial goals, and left him with an incredible story of having paid off 63,000 Dollars of Student Loans.
His story is an inspiration to all, that debt freedom can be achieved no matter your age or your income if you dedicate yourself. Phil's hard work and dedication are what propelled him to accomplish debt freedom. Tune into this episode of The His and Her Money Show, and prepare to be inspired!
Direct download: HNH_134__How_Phil_Paid_off_63000_of_Student_Loans_in_2.5_Years.mp3
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