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Our guest today has a LOT to say about that. This episode of the His & Her Money Show, real estate superstar Rich Carey is stepping back in by popular demand for another information-packed episode!

The first time Rich came on the show with us three years ago in one of our most popular shows to date, he walked us through the beginning of his real estate investment journey, and today we're catching up on where he's at now and how his business has continued to grow ever since.

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Sometimes the process of becoming debt-free is a total life overhaul that takes a lot of hard work, a lot of time, and a whole lot of dedication from both sides, and a lot of questions can come along with it. What if one partner wants to pay off debt and the other one doesn't? How and where do we start? Will long-term commitment hurt our relationship?

Well, on this episode of the His & Her Money, we're answering some of those questions with Mike and Ashley, a debt-free couple who we can all learn a LOT from! Together, they cracked down on $57,000 worth of debt and knocked it all out super fast. Now they're trying to inspire others that getting out of debt is a big project to tackle, but with the right mindset and determination, it's not impossible!

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How and when Mike and Ashley decided to eliminate their debt
  • The importance of staying on the same page as a couple while managing your personal finances
  • Talking money before marriage
  • How Mike and Ashley paid off their $57,000 in just 32 months
  • Ways to stay focused and resist spending temptation

 

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In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Linda Gartz joined us live for some conversation about something that's a little bit less talked about: redlining. Whether you've heard of it or not, redlining was once a hot topic in segregated America. As Linda describes, if an African-American family - or, to a lesser extent, other races or nationalities - moved in a neighborhood or even an apartment, the entire neighborhood would be suddenly ineligible for loans.

Linda breaks down the history of redlining and her own experiences, reflecting on the aftermath of Martin Luther King Jr's assassination in her own childhood neighborhood and bringing forward the parallels between then and now. The Fair Housing Act ended official redlining but it's still so relevant in today's climate, and this is a chat you will NOT want to miss. Check out Linda's book for more and keep the conversation going!

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On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we take that philosophy and run with it for some great, great conversation. Casanova takes us through it, from his childhood in Chicago to where he is today and everything that went down in between, the good and the bad. Casanova is a voice of nothing but inspiration, positivity, and light, and anybody can learn a thing or two from his mindset and practical advice for getting through the rough patches and coming out strong!

In his own words, he's built his life and success around one main thing: relationships. And obviously it's served him well! He has strong views on networking and cultivating strong relationships in work and life in general. Casanova also gives us some insight into how he's applied it to countless situations. 

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Here at His and Her Money, we're all about helping couples through every single aspect of life, big or small, be it financially, spiritually, or even in the marital realm itself. These are conversations that we as a community NEED to be having every day, and sometimes we even bring on another couple sit down with us and do exactly that.

Today, that couple is the Lindseys, joining us for an incredible episode of the His & Her Money Show. Cornelius and Heather are the very definition of a power couple. They've been married for 10 years and in that time, they've 23 books between them as well as started their own church, the Gathering Oasis, and so much more. And now they're here to walk us all through it!

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On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Nicole Rule is at the mic to talk about financial independence, and how we can normalize the whole idea behind financial freedom to let everybody know that it IS achievable.

Nicole is a mom of four and a total entrepreneur, who's the owner of Greatest Worth and recently launched The Abundant Life Summit. She knows exactly what she's talking about and we know you'll want to hear it!

 

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Today on the His & Her Money Show, Ericka Young is back for another amazing episode around a topic that's definitely relevant today.

First of all, though, she's a seasoned financial coach, and after she and her husband achieved total debt-free financial freedom, she wants to spread that enthusiasm to others, helping couples and individuals manage their finances and maximize their money.

And her insight and nuggets of wisdom are more needed now than ever, so get ready for an information-packed conversation so you can soak up all this knowledge!

 

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Well, for this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're all about the stock market, and we've brought in the expert to get the conversation started. Kevin L. Matthews II is a Top 10 financial advisor turned best-selling author who has helped hundreds of people plan for their retirement and manage their assets. So, we knew he was the guy to ask all your burning questions, and today he's bringing all the answers!

Kevin takes us through all aspects of the stock market, starting with the basics: figuring out what type of investor you are or want to be and how to get the ball rolling. From there, he breaks down picking stocks, index funds, fractional shares, and lets us in on his own personal philosophies for investing to success. 

 

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Today on the His & Her Money Show, our guest Ernest Fenton is a passionate voice on estate planning. If you already know Ernest, he's made several radio appearances to help shake off all and any preconceived notions and start-up that conversation about estate planning today, so you can start creating your legacy and securing your assets for the future.

Get in contact with Ernest at attorneyernestfenton.com!

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As parents, it's our full-time job to set our kids up for life. Giving them the tools and mindset to succeed at whatever they want to do.

On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got two shining examples of early business education with Terrie Chantel, aka PajamaCEO, and her son Austin. Terrie is a mom of three who's passed on her love for business and entrepreneurship to her sons. She firmly believes it's never too early to start educating and inspiring our kids through example today, to be even more successful for tomorrow.

Back in the day, Terrie thought she knew what success looked like: going to college, settling into a career, and work, work, work. Then she realized there was so much more to her AND the opportunities life had to offer. It took a few years for Terrie to get the entrepreneur itch, but once she did, she was on a mission, overcoming obstacles and discrimination to design her own dreams and start setting up those goals to achieve them. Now Austin is following in her footsteps, putting in the work and hustling hard towards a promising music career and as many businesses as he can start along the way.

Today, she and Austin are spilling their entrepreneur mindsets, hacks, and strategies, and giving us a look in the playbook for getting that fire started at a young age. Parents, get that pen and paper out, and you might even want to grab the kids for this one - it's a ride you won't want to miss!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Breaking down the legacy mentality
  • How Terrie overcame her experience with racism in the workplace
  • Various ways Terrie encourages her sons to grow their dreams
  • Feeling trapped in the traditional career path
  • How Austin is utilizing his entrepreneurship skills
  • The how and why Terrie decided to teach her kids about business early
  • Using Poshmark to generate income
  • Terrie's first side hustle

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On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we hope you're getting ready for a masterclass. Ashley Hamilton was a single mom supporting her kids day by day as a waitress and her success story is amazing, how she went from making $20,000 a year to building a real estate investment empire out of Detroit.

Ashley knew she wanted a more passive income so she could spend less time working and more time with her family. So, she put a lot of thought in, watched a lot of HGTV, and started doing the work!

She mostly deals in single-family homes and buy-and-hold rentals, and throughout the episode, she takes us inside her process, from picking and flipping properties to managing her team and tenants. Whether you're just curious or about to take that first step into real estate yourself, what Ashley has to say is important information for anybody, so start taking notes and get ready to soak up all this knowledge!

Keep up with Ashley on Instagram @detroit_investor!

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Something that we talk about a lot at His & Her Money is student loans. With so many people out there struggling with their student loan debt, we know it can be overwhelming on a good day, but especially in today's uncertain times. Federal student loans are currently on pause until September, but then what? When school is officially back in session, where do you go from there?

Well, for today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we brought in somebody who's a bit of an expert on the whole subject of student loans and everything -- we mean EVERYTHING -- that comes with it.

Robert Farrington is here dropping facts and wisdom on tackling your student loan debt and coming up with your own effective, stress-free approach to knocking them out as fast and smooth as possible!

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Family is everything, and being able to guide our children spiritually and financially to shape their futures is such an important part of it. At first glance, it may look intimidating, but it doesn't have to be - and our guest today is living proof.

For today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, Jerrad Lopes is on board to give us all some insight on his own personal growth as a father, and how he's helping guys around the world lead their families spiritually and beyond. Growing up without a dad shaped Jerrad's life more than he initially realized, and today he's a pastor dedicated to ministry and family as the founder of Dad Tired.

When Jerrad created Dad Tired, it was completely unexpected. He wanted to create a space for men to come together and share their journeys and experiences, and it snowballed from there into something amazing. With his podcast and community, Jerrad is supplying resources to help guide fathers in leading their sons and daughters to Christ, success, and happiness, and pushing through the same adversaries he experienced himself towards fixing up and nurturing the ultimate family dynamic. This is such a great episode for anybody, and Jerrad is giving away so much wisdom on the topic of manhood, family building, and becoming the version of yourself that you always knew you could be!

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Entrepreneur extraordinaire Ayesha Selden is our guest and she's ready to drop some wisdom on everybody listening! Ayesha always knew she was gonna be successful, and she did THAT and THEN some. She took on the stock market and real estate industry single-handed.

Furthermore, she built up a million-dollar business plan and amassed a strong set of values and wisdom along the way that she's spreading around as far as she can reach.

Today, she's dropping some practical investment advice right here as well as keeping the conversation going on investment, wealth building. Ayesha also breaks down the importance of just going for it as up-and-coming black industry leaders and entrepreneurs. It's an incredible episode, and we hope you glean as much knowledge from Ayesha as we have - and that you might even want to get to work!

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Managing your money as a couple is a big deal. Whether you're still battling those student loans or already living debt-free, regardless, it's important that you and your partner are both on the same page. Nicole Iacovoni overcame her own financial crisis and is now using her experience to continue helping and inspiring other couples to do the same!

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we have Nicole on board to walk us through her debt-free journey as an entrepreneur. Nicole is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in couples therapy. She had big plans when she decided to expand her mental health practice into a full-service wellness center, but before she knew it, she and her business were deep in debt and struggling to generate income with seemingly no way out.

Not only did this negatively affect the practice, it starting to take its toll on her marriage too. That's where Nicole drew the line. She learned so many valuable lessons about marriage and money throughout the process of eliminating their debt, she's added financial therapy under her belt and is giving out advice, tips, tricks, and first-hand experience to anyone out there looking to take better control of their finances and start their own debt-free story! 

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On this episode of the His and Her Money Show, certified financial planner Carter Cofield is back on the podcast and we're talking business: YOUR business.

Carter knows what he's talking about when it comes to money so it's no question why we want you to hear everything he's got to say about entrepreneurship, and stepping out of your comfort zone to start your own business.

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Today's episode of His & Her Money is all about entrepreneurship, and it's a game-changer! Our guest is celebrity financial coach Dr. Lynn Richardson: she's been here before, and by popular demand, she's back and breaking down the facts on home-based businesses, what they are, and why they're essential to work-life balance, wealth building, and financial independence.

You can have your 9-to-5 and run your home-based business, or commit to it full-time, but whichever way you choose, Lynn knows having a home-based business is a MUST. And she'll tell you why! She's a goldmine of information and tips to success, so we hope you've got your pen and paper out to be taking some notes from this one.

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On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, self-acclaimed "podcast nerd" and Do You Even Blog? founder Pete McPherson is here to lay it all out. Back in 2009, Pete unexpectedly launched his podcasting career with some friends. It was short-lived. So, he made the switch to accounting, then when he realized the corporate grind just wasn't the life for him, he decided it was time to hustle.

Side hustle, that is.

Over 50 failed blogs and online businesses later, Pete is back in the game as a full-time entrepreneur, blogger, and podcast rockstar. He's an awesome voice in the podcast and blogging community and a walking, talking wealth of information that any aspiring podcaster needs to know.

If you're looking into starting your own blog or podcast, go on over to Do You Even Blog? and check out everything Pete has to offer in his Podcourse program so you can get started off on the right foot, backed by the tips and tricks you won't be finding anywhere else!

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This episode discusses an area of your personal finance journey that has been overlooked. We are joined by Danielle Kunkle-Roberts to discuss the Health Savings Account and the benefits of opening one at any point in your financial journey. 

Danielle is co-owner of Boomer Benefits, a licensed insurance agency that helps Baby Boomers navigate their entry into Medicare. 

Health Savings Accounts or HSA’s are a great savings tool to put aside the necessary money for Medicare and what it’s going to cost you in your retirement.

An HSA is an account that you can open when you have a qualifying high deductible health insurance plan that you can deposit money into tax-free that grows over time with interest that you can use to pay for qualified medical expenses.

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This episode of the His & Her Money Show is ALL about credit. And we've got the best person to lead the conversation. Jeri Toliver is taking us through the ins and outs of the credit score and how our actions can impact it positively or negatively. But even Jeri wasn't always the most proactive person when it came to credit. She's letting us in on her story, a single mom of two realizing her financial situation wasn't what it needed to be, to where she is now as a homeowner with an 850 score and thriving.

Bad credit can follow you around for life, or you could get serious and start making the changes now to get your credit right. Now that Jeri is getting all the good rates and seeing the benefits of having her credit in check, she's full of wisdom about how you can do the same while building wealth and setting yourself up for the future. She doesn't stop until she's covered all the bases, and this is a great episode for everyone!

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The financial and personal freedom entrepreneurship can offer would be appealing to any couple. Though, it can feel impossible when your bank account is being drained by student loan debt every month. 

Kelan and Brittany Kline found themselves in that exact position in 2016. With $40,000 in combined student loan debt, they were stuck in routines at jobs that left them uninspired. 

After sitting down and taking a good hard look at what they had and deciding what they wanted, they came up with a plan that changed their financial trajectory.

Over the course of three years, they were able to quit both of their jobs, figure out how to grow a successful online business and pay off all their student loan debt in 5 months. Yes, you read that right… 5 months!

Listen in to learn how you can do the same. Kelan and Brittany share their experience navigating entrepreneurship while in debt. They talk about finding health insurance for their growing family, figuring out when it became the right time to walk away from their jobs and the challenges of working together as a couple.

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There are questions we all ask ourselves: am I making enough money? Is it going to the right places? How do I keep building wealth and make the most of it without breaking the budget? These questions might be open-ended, but there ARE answers, and we hope you'll find some of those by tuning in with us today!

This episode of His and Her Money, we dig deep into getting the most out of our income potential with Art Rainer. He's a writer, speaker, husband and father, and a motivator, looking out to help others hit all their financial goals. Today we're talking about his latest book, Find More Money: Increase Your Income to Tackle Debt, Save Wisely, and Live Generously, and breaking down how to make a few changes and best optimize our income to live the life you've always wanted.

Art is laying it all out for us in this one, sharing the mindset and resources behind his God-first approach to finances and the tools he's used to build his own empire while inspiring everybody within his reach to do the same. From hitting the books and evaluating your debt elimination process, to launching your side hustle, Art is a voice of reason to us all and can light the fire under you to get your finances right and start reaching your goals today!

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On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, our guest is taking us to school on money mindsets. Takisha Artis is a financial life coach who loves to help women entrepreneurs generate wealth and manage their money the smart way, pushing her clients to get their minds right and develop the strategies that work best on an individual level.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Finding your own version of wealth
  • Revamping our outdated ideas of money
  • Listening to your internal dialogue
  • How Takisha breaks down money into categories for her clients
  • Takisha's story, from bankruptcy to thriving
  • Shaking the victim mentality and taking accountability for your own money choices

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The world is changing, and our guest on this episode of the His & Her Money Show is watching it all go down and offering up some incredible advice. Dr. Derwin L. Gray is a husband, father, pastor, and author who came from a career in the NFL to found Transformation Church, a multiethnic South Carolina based community.

Today we're talking about his new book and his thoughts on life in general, from race to the church to what happiness means to each and every one of us.

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In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're having THAT conversation with Arian Simone and Dr. Nicole Garner Scott. These women noticed the lack of financial education in the African-American community and did way more than just pay attention, they took it to heart and teamed up to start a movement.

LEGACY OR LOSE is a campaign focused on bringing awareness and filling the cracks, doubling down on the importance of wealth-building, education, and financial literacy.

Arian and Nicole have built a powerful community and they're here right now to share some of their insights on tackling the wealth gap and how together, we can leave bias and systemic oppression in the past. But this interview is just the tip of the iceberg for these two. They're a wealth of information and inspiration and there's so much more to know, so you can get involved and join the movement at legacyorlose.com!

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Here at the His & Her Money Show, we love hearing debt-free stories, especially from smart money couples who got their head in the game and are crushing all their financial goals. In today's episode, we're talking with a couple whose story is a little bit different than the norm. Three years ago, Curt and Wendy kickstarted their debt-free ride with over 20 years of marriage, 6 kids, two full-time jobs, and $1,000,000 in debt between them.

Yeah, you heard that right: a MILLION dollars.

This couple is working on doing the impossible, paying off their monster debt and socking away money for their future and their kids. Today they share their strategy, mindset, budget tips, and how they even sold their SoCal house to tackle real estate investment to generate income. It's a crazy journey and they're not done yet - they've eliminated $650,000 of debt so far and can't wait to cross that financial independence finish line!

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Today’s episode features Brian Dembowczyk discussing parenting and how to bring the bible into your children’s lives. Brian talks about mistakes that he made and what it feels like to feel unqualified to disciple your children.

Brain’s journey in the ministry has led him to a focus on equipping parents on how to better minister to their children. 

The discussion goes into depth about how to make your ministering fit for your family and your household. Things like having a discussion around the dinner table, praying together, and layering in opportunities to talk about God. Brian talks about structured times and unstructured times. 

Brain Dembowczyk is a minister and author specializing in bringing biblical teachings to children with realistic steps and goal setting. Brian is the managing editor of the gospel project at Lifeway Christian Resources, leading the kid’s team helping kids and parents introduce the scriptures. Brian has experience in student and family ministries.

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Over here at His and Her Money, we love hearing your debt elimination stories from smart money couples. In today's episode, we've got Nadia Malik telling us all about her inspiring journey. She and her husband have taken total control of their finances, and they've been living debt-free for 10 years.

AND paid off a house.

Did we mention this was almost all done on a single income?

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As financial bloggers, His & Her Money sees hundreds of debt-free stories. We love to see those calculators out and the numbers going down, but these stories aren't just about the money, it's also about the people behind it. In today's episode, our guest's experience with becoming debt-free has a different spin on what money means to her and how she's used her financial smarts to better her life in unpredictable ways.

We've got Kassandra Dasent here with us today, a boss lady CEO who went all-in to knock out her $55,000 consumer debt. A successful businesswoman with a passion for holistic wellness, once she realized her debt was holding her back, Kassandra was giving up her dream condo and saying goodbye for now to a lot of the luxuries in her life, just to get her finances right and become more fiscally responsible for the future.

This wasn't just a financial journey, but a total lifestyle overhaul. While budgeting, saving, and upping her income potential, Kassandra was shaking off decades worth of bad habits and learning so much about herself and how she was managing her money. And now she's back to living her best life with her husband debt-free! Kassandra is a great example of putting in the work, and we hope you can learn a lot from her inspiring journey.

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On today's episode of His & Her Money, we were so happy to link up with a couple from our Smart Money Couples group for a conversation about debt freedom. Christy is an elementary school teacher living in Qatar with her husband, and most of the debt she brought into their marriage was student loans.

Several reasons pushed her towards paying off her debt, mostly her faith, and also the opportunities she realized she was missing out on. Initially, debt held Christy back from her dreams of being a missionary, and even after getting married, there were things the couple still struggled to do.

And that's when it was time to hustle!

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Rachel wasn't a stranger to real estate when she decided to make the switch to mobile home investment - she just wasn't totally prepared for all the twists and turns she'd hit along the way. The mobile home market is a completely different niche than single-family homes AND it's not the most talked-about investment opportunity. But no worries: on today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, Rachel is spreading the word on how she did it and how you can get started too!

We hope you've got your pad and pencils out to take some notes and from Rachel as she breaks down the decision to go from burned-out landlord to mobile home investment superstar. She's got an insider perspective on how the market moves and some super helpful stepping stones for getting into the business, from choosing your communities, cutting your deals, negotiating with park owners, and so much more. She also gives us some of her top resources for budding investors, that she used during her own learning experience! Check out her blog, Adventures in Mobile Homes, to hear more of Rachel's story and get inspired.

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Teamwork is a big deal in all aspects of relationships, but when it comes down to money, you HAVE to be on the same page. Here at the His & Her Money Show, we're always interested in hearing how different couples are tackling their finances, especially when it comes to total debt elimination. Sometimes it can be a tricky slope, but on today's episode, we've got Danielle, aka Amore Salute, sharing all about how she and her boyfriend paid off $325,134 worth of debt in just 4 years!

Danielle and her boyfriend are both super savers. Already sharing a good money mindset was essential to starting their debt-free journey. When they bought their house, they immediately knew they wanted to pay it all off as soon as possible and knock out the rest of their student loans right along with it. And did they ever!

Today Danielle is taking us play-by-play through their debt elimination strategies, from the moment they decided to turn over a new financial leaf, to wealth-building and the lucrative re-selling side hustle that Danielle discovered unexpectedly. You won't want to miss out on this one!

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These are some trying times for all of us. With the COVID-19 outbreak sweeping the nation, everything in our lives is a little confusing right now, including our finances. We want you to know, we get where you're coming from, and today's guest is coming through to break it all down.

For this episode of His & Her Money, we've got a familiar face stepping up to the mic as Lynnette Khalfani-Cox joins us yet again.

Lynette is a financial coach and getting her back on-board for this important conversation was a no-brainer - she's one of our trusted allies in the financial community, bringing her own strategies and practical advice to the table so you're informed, you're prepared, and you're staying safe.

Stay connected with Lynette at askthemoneycoach.com!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Sorting out the facts vs. fiction surrounding the stimulus package
  • A step-by-step breakdown to unemployment
  • Lynette's insights on managing your money during a crisis
  • Slowing down and figuring out during quarantine
  • Empire-building for the future
  • Answering your questions on 41k loans
  • The importance of knowing your own finances, even if you have an accountant

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We've all heard about toxic people and relationships. Even if you don't realize it at first, not everyone in your life is going to be a positive influence and it's easier than you might think to miss the red flags of a toxic person in your circle. Sometimes we do notice, but we just don't want to act on it.

The His & Her Money Show isn't just a financial podcast - we're here to help you with life, marriage, and all things in between, and today's guest is here to do just that. Dr. Laura Dabney is a psychiatrist specializing in psychotherapy, and an expert on identifying toxic people and relationships and helping others figure out just what to do with them. Whether it's a friend, partner, or family member, there are steps you can take to distance yourself and either cut ties completely or put in some work to better the relationship.

Laura breaks it down for us with some invaluable tips for avoiding the negative influence of others and surrounding yourself with the positives. Her pearls of wisdom can apply to all sorts of situations - yes, even financially - and we hope you can implement them into your lives and break any toxic cycle you might find yourselves in.

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A sizable amount from a savings account and a small amount of money from a lawsuit settlement were the two methods that our guest today used to pay off her $62,000 debt in a little over a year. 

Kiara lost her job right when she had a plan to pay off her student’s loan debt in 8 years or maybe 5 years if she worked hard enough. But that suddenly took on a different turn when she suddenly got fired and she had to sue her former employer. 

Kiara shares how being an avid saver helped her pay off her debt faster even when she did not have a stable job. She also shares how the sacrifice of living at home helped her pay off her debt faster than most people.

Listen in to learn how Kiara has a principal of saving 10% of her income whether she is employed, underemployed or unemployed. You will also learn how she used the snowball method when consolidating her loans- which is basically paying off the smaller loans with the largest interests first.

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A couple needs to be on the same page when it comes to major decision making like paying off debt, which is what our guests today did to finally pay off theirs. 

Marek and Kothney-Issa were initially living life to the fullest, enjoying their marriage without caring about the debt. This was until Marek came across Dave Ramsey on the internet and brought the matter up with his wife. 

They share the strategy they used to pay off their $120k worth of debt in 24 months. They also share why they decided to live in a tiny house and why they believe it’s a good investment.

Listen in to learn why you might be spending more money than you need monthly and why you need to do the math to start paying off that debt. You will also learn how you can still have a strong marriage even when working multiple jobs.

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Cutting off expenses drastically, budgeting, and keeping a spending record were some of the major steps that saw today’s guest pay off her debt in less than 2 years. 

Tracie is a 100% self-employed freelance photographer who only got serious about paying off her $75,000 debt in August 2018. The overwhelming burden of debt prompted her to take the necessary action.

Tracie shares how being a self-employed entrepreneur with an unstable income became her excuse for making slow debt repayments. She also shares how listening to other people’s stories on the His and Her Money show brought her to the realization that she wasn’t doing enough to finish off her debt.

Listen in to learn how you can also pay off your debt even without a stable income. You will also learn how to raise your rates as a freelancer, and ask for what you deserve which might be of huge help in paying off that debt you owe.

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From a young age, both Chris and his wife had the anti-debt mentality, which helped drive them to early retirement, and to be successful before their wedding day.

This level of commitment can be replicated by taking a step back and looking at taxes, payment plans, finance, etc. from a different perspective.

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, you will hear about the amazing story of Chris Mamula, and how he retired at “41”.

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Today we have Rob and Melissa to introduce us to Flea Market Flipper, and the strategies to turn something that has been thrown away or neglected, into something valuable. 

Incredibly, they have managed to turn this hobby into a profitable business and have encouraged many to do the same. It’s that simple, but not easy to accomplish.

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, you will hear about the incredible journey that Rob and Melissa have taken, and how the Flea Market can be of value to you.

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Supplementing your income with a side hustle can make a world of difference when it comes to paying down debt or boosting your savings. Today’s guest has been able to do both. 

After Julie and her husband paid off over $90,000 in debt, she was able to take her side hustles to another level when she started to make money on Etsy.

As a new mom balancing a full-time job and two other side hustles including her blog, Millenial Boss and show the Fire Drill Podcast, Julie has managed to add an additional $6,000 to her income since starting her Etsy store, The Swag Elephant.

Julie shares what she's learned in starting up this lucrative hustle and how with the use of digital products, she’s been able to create a semi-passive flow of income for her and her family.

Listen in to learn how you can do the same and why established platforms like Etsy are prime for launching any good product— even if you don't have one crafty bone in your body.

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Ladies, if a man confessed to having a huge debt while you are dating, would you go ahead and marry them? Many ladies would never give it a shot. The fear of getting into a marriage and bringing in debt is real!

Today on the show, we have a couple that did not allow debt to stop them from getting married. Alfred brought in a debt of $145,000, while Felice made sure that she brought in no debt. When they got married, they agreed on aggressively paying off Alfred’s debt.

They went headlong into their debt freedom journey when they came to a point where they felt the need to pause their efforts. Tune in to find out the powerful reason why and the lessons they've learned along the way.

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Bill’s story is a little different from the other stories you may have heard on the His & Her Money Show.

That’s because Bill’s (aka Billy B.) story starts off with a 10-year sentence….but it ends with a $300,000 net worth and marriage at the end. 

Bill survived a 10-year prison sentence and a life of partying, drugs, and addiction to become an entrepreneur, speaker, investor, and owner of the Wealth Well Done blog.

You can find out more about him on his website,  Facebook, or Twitter.

 

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One of the reasons most of us don’t want to tackle the debt is fear. We don’t want to risk failure.

Najee and Jennifer don’t see it that way.

They see the risk in NOT tackling your debt and they share why in this episode.

They share their journey and the unique strategies that took them from $80,000 down to $11,000 in student and car loans in just 3 years.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How Najee and Jennifer both got on board with their debt freedom budget, even though they have different spending styles
  • The one thing that put Najee and Jennifer on track to cut their debt
  • Why they automated the spending process to control their finances
  • Why Najee and Jennifer chose not to travel during their debt-free journey
  • The big mental switch that helped Najee switch from being a spender to a saver in their debt-free journey
  • Why a vacation may not be what you think
  • Jennifer’s and Najee’s unique strategies to stay on the debt-free track
  • Encouraging your spouse or partner during their debt-free journey
  • An easy-to-use visual reminder to help you stay on track with debt
  • What to do when you make a mistake during your big-free journey

 

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There are plenty of courses that teach you how to “run the numbers” when it comes to picking stocks on Wall Street, but there are very few people talking about the two most essential factors behind those numbers, discipline, and behavior. 

This is why Dr. Crosby and the His & Her Money tackle the issue of your brain and investing. The more you know about your mindset and behavior toward money is a powerful skill that will return a nice profit to your wallet.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • Passing on financial literacy to the next generation
  • Helping the next generation start investing- -and why they should start early
  • Why is investing in Wall Street so complicated?
  • Why investing is great for fund managers, but no so great for the average individual investor
  • What kind of investments should we be looking at?
  • Why expenses are very important in investing
  • How to diversity your portfolio...and why it should be a global 
  • How to deal with psychological roadblocks that keep you from investing
  • Why you should invest in more than stock (aka yourself)

 

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In this episode, Reginald and Pamela share the first steps they took to get out of debt and how they made the transition into full-time entrepreneurs and homeschooling parents. 

They also share how they balance their unique approaches to money (Pamela is the visionary and Reginald is the number cruncher) to build two profitable businesses that work for their family.

Oh...and did we for that both of these businesses without debt.

On top of that,  they also bought 41 acres of land in cash. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How a nursing career led Pamela to entrepreneurship
  • Balancing a risk-taking personality vs visionary in a relationship
  • Balancing entrepreneurship and getting out of debt at the same time
  • Financially surviving as a family when you take a leap of faith
  • How Reginald and Palmer relied on faith to take strategic leaps
  • How Pamela developed a new business based on need
  • The sacrifices Reginald and Palmer had to take on their debt-free journey
  • Pamela’s and Reginald's perspective shift on debt and wealth
  • How Reginald and Pamela built two multi-million dollar businesses...without debt
  • How to grow a debt-free business

 

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In this episode, George Howard shares his story of how he transitioned from failure to tax sales guru and his strategy for picking the right property in a tax lien sale to buying the right properties so you can build an income stream that will bring you closer to your dreams.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • George’s story of turning $500 into an investment that became 100 properties and a business...without debt
  • Why almost anyone can buy a tax lien
  • The different types of tax liens you can buy and the different types of sales you can get them
  • The $500 investment that became a $200,000 reward for a savvy tax lien investor  
  • Do I need a license to buy a lien?
  • Do I need an attorney?
  • How should you prepare for a tax sale?
  • Does every state have a tax sale?
  • How do you decide if a property is worth it?
  • Why you shouldn’t get overly emotional off any sale in investing
  • Is a building an asset or a liability? How about land?
  • How do you know which properties to hold and which ones to sell?
  • Should you ever use debt to invest?
  • Why (and how) he’s preparing for an economic crash

 

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On the His & Her Money Show, we’ve covered real estate investing from a lot of different angles:...but never live this.

As Byron and Sharnice lost their jobs and needed a reliable source of income. Byron had tried real estate investing a few years before but was never able to make it a good profit.

Then one day, Byron heard a podcast about a very interesting real estate investing opportunity with very low cash and didn’t require having a perfect score.

That opportunity was investing in mobile homes.

Find out how Byron and Sharnice took this investing opportunity (that most of us didn’t hear about) and turned it into new streams of income for their family and education for a whole new kind of investor.

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Today’s episode features another couple’s debt-freedom journey...with a twist. Like all of the other couples we’ve interviewed, Brad and Tara worked together to conquer a mountain of debt. The difference between Brad and Tara’s story is their path toward debt freedom. 

This couple’s debt-free journey included two full-time jobs, a profitable side business, two kids, a death in the family, and a move to a new home.

If you’re ready to hear how this couple conquered over $180,000 in debt in a little over two years while running a business and two full-time jobs..and came out on the other side more appreciative of the “ordinary life”, you don’t want to miss out on this episode.

Brad Finn is a physics teacher and owner of a profitable small business (brewery) who was earning a 6-figure salary. After realizing that he was losing money on his expensive lifestyle, he followed his wife Tara on a debt-cutting journey. You can find out more about him on his website, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter  

Tara Finn is also a teacher, Mom, Crossfitter, and marathoner who inspired and supported Brad through a debt-free journey to conquer a 6-figure debt and turn it into financial freedom. You can find out more about her on Instagram

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For  Jason Butler, the journey to debt freedom is not a straightforward path, but it is real. 

Inspired by other money bloggers, he made a goal of paying off his debt in 3 years.

As he says, “He failed miserably.”

But that failure sparked a new side hustle empire (powered by eBay) for Jason.

That journey, along with strategies, is what Jason shares in this episode of The His & Her Money Show. Jason shares some of his top flips (and duds) while sharing his strategy for keeping costs low, managing inventory, and making the transition to owning your own store. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • The up and down realities of a debt-free journey
  • Finding the right side hustle for you
  • The process behind Jason choosing eBay as a key side hustle
  • Best flips Jason made on eBay
  • Biggest mistakes eBay newbies make 
  • How do you find the right items to resell on eBay?
  • Controlling costs on eBay: How much do you spend buying items?
  • Shipping: How do you avoid high shipping costs?
  • Managing your eBay inventory 
  • Pricing strategies: Buy it Now (Fixed price) vs eBay Auction
  • Jason’s eBay & debt-free goals for the future
  • Should you start with an eBay store first?
  • ll of the stuff (like loan requirements) when you’re investing?

 

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Money is a very important part of the relationship when you’re a couple, but it isn’t the ONLY part.

There’s also romance.

Romance is the glue that brings two people together. Romance is what keeps a couple together.

But in the daily mix of work, kids, school trips, doctor’s visits, family trips, and more, things like “date night” or simply talking to your partner become less and less of a priority.

Austin and Rachel Holt want to change that.

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Austin and Rachel Holt share their advice on strengthening your relationship by managing a different budget, your time.

If you are in a relationship that has lost its spark because you don’t have time, this episode will provide practical steps that you can use today to start making a positive change for your relationship’s future.

Austin and Rachel Holt are marriage counselors who run the marriage counseling business, Because Marriage Matters.

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On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about two issues that aren’t usually talked about in the same sentence, faith, and real estate.

Yet, Paul Moore found a way to combine faith and real estate in his life and he shares the wisdom he learned along the way.

In the first half of this episode, Paul shares how he ended up in $2 million in debt and how he tithed and gave his way to a debt-free life.

In the second half of this episode, Paul breaks down commercial vs residential real estate, real estate syndication, and crowdfunding. Paul discusses the current state of “house flipping” and what investors can do instead to work less for a bigger return.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • Paul’s downward life spiral after he sold his company for millions
  • How Paul got into $2 million in debt ...and got out debt by tithing and faith
  • The difference between speculating and investing
  • The faith-driven, inspirational story of George Mueller
  • Why your mindset matters when you are giving or tithing
  • Real estate crowdfunding
  • Is real estate crowdfunding better than investing on your own?
  • The difference between commercial and residential estate investing
  • Barriers to commercial real estate investing..and how to get around them
  • What’s real estate syndication?
  • The big “Why?” that drives Paul’s social justice mission
  • What you can do to fight human trafficking

 

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The debt-free story of James and Cathy isn’t your typical “we saved money and hustled to get out of debt “ story. 

It’s a bit more complicated than that. 

It’s also a debt-busting strategy that isn’t for the weak.

After paying off close to $60,000 in loans, credit cards, and student loans, they switched to a high-paying strategy known as the Velocity Banking to pay off their house early.

Tune in if you are looking for a non-traditional way to pay off debt along with the practical steps you need to make sure you stay on the “paid” side of credit. 

Cathy St. Louis is a Mom and blogger who works from home and blogs about simplicity and a debt-free lifestyle. You can follow her and James’  journey on their website and Instagram.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • What caused James and Cathy to make the shift to debt crushers
  • Why Catchy and James decided to trade in a car to save on expenses and continue their debt journey
  • How to manage debt when one partner is a big spender
  • Why ego is a big part of the issue with overspender
  • Getting a good deal on your car trade-in
  • Building a sales cushion while paying off debt
  • Using bigger sums of money (like a bonus or tax refund) to pay off debt
  • Cathy and James’ unique strategy of using the HELOC to pay off a debt off fast
  • Why James and Cathy chose to use the Velocity Banking method in the first place
  • How they invested in Velocity Banking without getting

 

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Whatever you do in life, is a God giving feature and a blessing. That is the message Jordan Raynor preaches to the public and those who are willing to listen.

Benjamin Franklin stated, “Be a Jack of All Trades and a Master of One!”. It is inevitable to be a ‘Jack of All Trades’ or to have many skills and talents, however, it is often that we are not a master of a single skill or talent within our arsenal. 

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we discover the story of Jordan Raynor, and know that everything we do, is an opportunity to be excellent!

 

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Real estate investing is an activity that’s becoming popular by the day, but how do you get started? How do you make the leap from potential real estate investor to someone who’s walking out with a loan for a new soon-to-be money-making property?

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we talk with one of the experts that can get you started. Jarrod Greer is the VP of Mortgage Lending at Guaranteed Rate and a renovation specialist who can help you navigate the paperwork you need to start making a profit.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • What do I need to be a real estate investor?
  • Buying and investing in real estate after the 2006-07 Recession...and possibly a future recession
  • House hacking
  • Why you need to plan more before we buy a home
  • Your credit score: How does it impact real estate investing and how can I improve it?
  • Difference between FHA (Federal Housing Authority) loans and commercial loans
  • What’s the best credit score for an ideal rate?
  • Renovation loans- What it is and how can I get one?
  • Debt ratio-What is it and how does it impact my real estate investing
  • How much money do I have to put down for an investment?
  • ARV(After-repair value) and its impact on a renovation loan
  • Why you need a team when you invest in real estate
  • What you need to know before you meet a loan officer
  • Why is it important to know all of the stuff (like loan requirements) when you’re investing?

 

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Erica Wade brings the “hustle” when it comes to kicking debt’s butt and she shares her journey with us on the His & Her Money Show. 

Tune in if you are ready to hear how Erica slashed her debt, built a mini side hustle empire and live a financially disciplined life that inspires others while treating yourself at the same time.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • The lasting positive impact the His & Her Money Show had on Erica 
  • Tackling different types of debt
  • What to do when you get overboard with budgeting ...and how Erica fixed the problem
  • The most important account in Erica’s budget
  • Why you should have fun built into your budget
  • Handling the extra money from a side hustle
  • How to balance a side hustle with the rest of your life
  • Dealing with naysayers on your debt-free journey
  • Going beyond the side hustle” Erica’s plan to move from side hustle to side hustle empire

 

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In this episode of the His & Her Money, Clark Kendall shares how it’s possible for everyday, middle-class people like your janitors, hair salon owners, and teachers have the potential to become millionaires through smart, strategic investing. 

Clark Kendall is the President of Kendall Capital Management and author of the fantastic book Middle-Class Millionaire. Furthermore, Clark has 30 years of experience in investment and wealth management with the academic knowledge obtained from the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA), Accredited Estate Planner (AEP®), and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER (CFP®) programs.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How his childhood & passion for working with the middle class led him to write “Middle-Class Millionaire”
  • Biggest misconceptions about retirement
  • How to set yourself up for smart investing...even if you don’t have a million dollars in the bank
  • Why you should adopt a saver’s mindset to become a better investor
  • Why Clark says we need to rethink retirement
  • Teaching financial literacy to your kids
  • The unique way Clark taught his kids financial literacy
  • How can someone get started in investing?
  • What is tax diversification?

 

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A couple committed to a debt-free journey is a force to be reckoned with…

In this “In the middle” episode, we talk with Walter and Latasha about the strategies and inspiration that helped them knock off $22,000 out of their $66,000 worth of debt within months. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • Why Walter and Latasha decided to make their debt-free journey a family affair 
  • The sacrifices Latasha and Walter made to stay on their debt freedom plan
  • Getting your spouse on board when you’re on a debt-free journey
  • Why April decided to sell her home (for a good profit) to knock thousands of dollars in debt
  • The big step Walter and Latasha took to save money while paying off debt
  • How to adjust your debt freedom plan with your pay schedule
  •  The mindset shift about debt that transformed how Latasha and Walter felt about the debt
  • The medical wake-up call that helped Latasha see the importance of having a back-up plan
  • The financial legacy Walter and Latasha wants to leave for their children
  • Walter and Latasha’s plans for the future
  • Finding opportunities to pay for your goals while paying off your debt at the same time
  • Dealing with emergencies and new bills on your debt freedom journey
  • Why your debt-free journey affects more than you

 

RESOURCES

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When it comes to commitment in the debt-free journey, there is commitment...and then there is the April Wesley level of commitment.

This is the kind of commitment that led April to do whatever it took to kick debt out of her life. Whether that was selling her car and riding the bus until she could afford to buy one, adopting a zero-based budget and not going over that budget even if she only had $3.00 left for food that week.

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, you will hear about the incredible “getting out of debt” story of April Wesley. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • The life-altering moment that made April become a debt fighter
  • The important resource April turned to feed her new debt-free financial mindset (Hint: You’re reading about it right now)
  • The first steps April took to begin her debt-crushing lifestyle
  • Why you need boundaries in your personal finance journey
  • The unique way April built a money mindset while broke
  • The dramatic step that April took that shocked everyone
  • How to sell your car for the highest price...even if you still owe money for it
  • Dealing with criticism on your debt-free journey
  • Why April decided to sell her home (for a good profit) to knock thousands of dollars in debt

 

RESOURCES

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In this episode, Bart and Felicia talk about the process of going from having hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt to a debt-free lifestyle that is creating an entirely new reality for the financial future of their family. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • The importance of having an accountability partner in your debt-free journey
  • How to deal with the fear of a budget
  • How to deal with the fear of facing your debt
  • The strategy Bart and Felicia used to knock out $35,000 in debt in just 6 months
  • How Bart and Felicia tackled a $100,000+ mortgage
  • Why you need to have fun while you’re cutting your debt
  • How Bart and Felicia dealt with social pressure to remain financially disciplined
  • Telling your family and friends about your debt-free journey
  • Felicia’s and Bart’s next ambitious goals
  • The impact Felicia’s and Bart’s financial decisions will have on the financial future of their kids

 

RESOURCES

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Jason and Desiree are another couple in the middle of their debt journey, but their story (like everyone else’s) is unique. 

In their situation, Desiree and Jason are tackling student loans and mortgage along with medical bills, credit card debt, and more. Despite all of this, they have tackled the medical bills, car loans, credit cards, and have an eye on knocking out the rest.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How Jason and Desiree finally committed to a debt-free journey after trying inconsistently for years
  • How to balance saving and spending
  • Budgeting strategies to balance budgeting and saving
  • The hardest part of being in the middle of a debt-free journey
  • How to deal with haters and naysayers (and people who just don’t know) on your debt journey
  • How do you adjust your debt when emergencies (like a new baby) happen?
  • Keeping your partner accountable during your debt-free journey
  • How to avoid arguments with your partner when you have different spending happens

 

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On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with Lawrence Gonzalez about building a comprehensive wealth that builds a new family legacy.

In the pursuit of a good career, Lawrence’s net worth was a negative six figures. With hard work and plan that started with an embarrassing credit card moment in the store, Lawrence is pulling himself out of debt and has a positive, 6-figure net worth.

On top of that, Lawrence is using the lessons and experiences from his childhood to maximize every cent of his money through a variety of tools including Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), 401Ks, rental income, house hacking, and more. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How Lawrence moved from a net worth of NEGATIVE six figures to a POSITIVE six figures
  • The wake-up call moment that pushed Lawrence to take ownership of his money
  • The sneaky little financial habits that were destroying Lawrence’s money goals
  • The steps Lawrence took to start taking ownership of his money
  • How Lawrence ended up moving from an estimated $20,000+ salary to $64,000 in a year
  • The importance of mindset when you’re making financial moves for the better
  • The lessons and experience Lawrence used to help him today
  • Why personal finance should be about YOUR personal finances
  • What is a “Net-Max” plan?
  • Why we should prioritize our money to fit our definition of happiness
  • Finding ways to increase savings with the money you already have
  • How Lawrence is using rental income to fund his mother’s retirement  and change his family legacy
  • Lawrence’s secret strategy for real estate investment
  • The triple tax advantages of HSA’s

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs.

Visit  HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.

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In this episode of the His and Her Money Show, we talk with Marcia about her debt-free journey. We’ll cover how faith sparked Marcia’s drive to get rid of her debt, how she stayed on track, and what she is doing now as a person free of debt.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How faith pushed Marcia Armstrong to finally take care of her debt
  • The tools and resources Marcia you used to start getting out of debt...and remain out of debt
  • How to increase your income  to help you pay off debt faster
  • How Marcia celebrated that last payment that set her free from debt
  • How Marcia developed a public speaking career from scratch
  • How to stay accountable during your debt-free journey
  • What she is enjoying after becoming debt-free
  • Why Marcia says getting debt-free was bigger than one person

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

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On this episode of His & Her Money, we sit down with Terrence and Erica to discuss how they’ve invested in their financial education to build their portfolio from one, duplex investment to owning multiple real estate, insurance, and property management businesses.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • The difference between sweat equity and check equity
  • How to learn and grow with your business
  • How to increase your real estate investment returns
  • The importance of asking questions
  • Maximizing value in rentals
  • How making mistakes can be an investment in your own education

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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There are debt-free stories, and then there’s the story of Freddie and Sahirenys.

This couple was not only able to clear $90,000+ in debt but also saved enough money to leave their jobs, start a business, get married, and raise two kids.

On top of that, Sahirenys and Freddie did this in 5 years!

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • Why your debt-free journey and budgeting approach should be personal to your situation
  • How the Recession affected the way Freddie and Sahirenys looked at their debt
  • Having conversations with your partner to make sure you are focused on the same financial goals
  • Changing the conversation about student loans: The conversation Freddie and Sahirenys had about student loans 
  • How the Recession changed Sahirenys and Freddie’s approach to a debt-free life
  • How Sahirenys and Freddie set up an emergency fund while building a business and raising a family
  • How they dealt with a family medical emergency...and kept up with their debt freedom plan
  • Developing skills that allow you to get multiple jobs
  • What to do about personal finance when your life doesn’t fit the textbook
  • Why families of color need to share their debt freedom stories and have access to the right resources
  • Balancing short-term and long-term needs in your budget as a couple
  • The High 5 Banking Method

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

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Sometimes, beginning your debt-free journey requires making some financial mistakes.

Danielle Martin, a single, recently graduated college student, had to get herself about 39k in student loan, car loan, and credit card debt before she finally shifted her mindset and took steps towards paying off her debt.

Although she left college with 13k in student loan debt, about six months out of college, she not only moved out of her parents’ house and into an apartment, sending half of her paycheck to rent, but also decided to buy a car, taking out another 23k in loans. 

She had more than doubled her debt within her first month of moving into an apartment, and rather than saving up and paying it off, she continued to spend her money on shopping. It wasn’t until both her debit card and credit card had been declined that she finally realized she needed to make some lifestyle changes.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Shifting your mindset to take steps towards eliminating debt
  • Staying motivated by celebrating every win
  • Making sacrifices early to invest in your future

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

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In this episode of “In the Middle,” we talk to Anthony and Luan, a couple that has just finished paying off 15k of credit card debt in the past 7 months.

They are still “in the middle” of their debt-free journey, and they now plan to take on their student loans and mortgage in the hopes of eliminating all debt.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How to surround yourself with debt-free influences
  • How to cut back and only spend money on necessities
  • Steps to have conversations with a partner about debt
  • Tips to prioritize needed purchases
  • How to hold each other accountable as partners to stay focused
  • How to change your perspective on paying off debt as an investment in the future rather than paying off the past

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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So often, paying off debt can leave you thinking of the past - past spending, previous loans, perhaps past mistakes. But what if you approached paying off your debt as investing in your future?

In this episode of His & Her Money, we sit down with Zach Pursley, a flight attendant for Delta Airlines. With over $47k of debt paid off within less than three years, Zach is proof that, with the correct mindset, determination, and, at times, sacrifice, it is absolutely possible to become debt-free in a short amount of time.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How to make small sacrifices to live frugally
  • How to move home to save money
  • Ways to set up a money-saving budget
  • How to prioritize which loans to pay off
  • Keeping a positive attitude and approach to paying off debt
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On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with passive real estate investing guru and podcaster, Marco Santarelli.

If getting into real estate investing is something that you’ve always wanted to do, but never made the leap Marco Santarelli is a voice you need to listen to. In this episode, Marco shares the story of how and why he got into real estate investing at the early age of 18. 

Marco also takes time to break down the principles of real estate investing in his “10  Rules of Successful Investing”. These rules cover the principles of long-term real estate investing at a level that any beginner with a potential rental property can understand.

He explains how to set investment goals, how to calculate profits, and how to set up your real estate team for success.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • Why Marco started investing at 18 and what he learned from the process
  • The biggest mistake he made on his first rental property
  • Why is real estate a good investment?
  • The 10 Rules of Successful Real Estate Investing
  • How to educate yourself as a real estate investor
  • How to set investment goals
  • How to calculate profit from your real estate deals
  • How can we know if a real estate deal looks good on paper?
  • Should I have more than one bank account?
  • What does “market agnostic” mean?
  • The importance of hiring the right team for long-distance investing
  • The top-down approach when picking a real estate property
  • Diversifying your portfolio
  • Signs of a good (and professional) property management company
  • How to manage your real estate team for success

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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Kyle Depiesse and his wife were deep in debt when a single search into his life-to-date income launched him into a thirty-eight-month journey to completely eliminate his debt. Since then, they have paid off two mortgages and a car loan, totaling up to $380,000 of debt. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Ways to communicate with and motivate a partner to tackle debt and make life changes
  • How to stay connected and inspired by your goals and dreams
  • How to set and celebrate smaller milestones
  • Tips to budget on an irregular income
  • How to live below your means
  • How to increase your income by capitalizing on your own value
  • Strategies to set your partner up for success as a stay-at-home parent

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about investing, but not from the perspective you might expect. We talk with Danielle Town, daughter of the investing legend, Phil Town, about the other side of investing.

Danielle Town, who calls herself a “non-natural investor”,  shares why we need to consider our emotions when we invest and how to use that knowledge to our advantage.

She also shares a unique investing strategy (used by Warren Buffett, himself) to take as much stress as possible out of investing.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • Why investing can feel scary...even for a corporate lawyer and the daughter of a very famous investor
  • Dealing with rational and irrational fear in investing
  • How to move past the fear of investing
  • Becoming comfortable with investing...even if you aren’t a numbers person
  • Why should we learn about investing anyway?
  • What is inflation?
  • What is value investing?
  • Why value investing is a good investment for “set it and forget it” and non-natural investors
  • Charlie Munger’s 4 principles of successful value investing
  • How do you pick a good company to invest in?
  • When you should (and shouldn’t) use your emotions to guide your investment decisions
  • How do you deal with the emotional roller coaster of investing news?
  • Understanding your emotional connection to money

 

RESOURCES

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On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about a unique business opportunity that you might not have heard about, being a mobile notary.

While the job of “mobile notary” doesn’t get a lot of press, it gets a lot of work. As the owner of a notary agency and notary training school, Andre Hatchett will tell you, notaries are needed everywhere. 

Mobile notaries are needed to witness documents, sign loans, verify wills, take fingerprints, and much more.  Mobile notaries can make good money, whether they work part-time or full-time.

In this episode, Andre shares everything you need to know to get started right after you listen to the podcast episode. He covers how to get into the business (and why he decided to become a notary), how much money you can expect, how to get training, and how to grow your business through marketing and specialization.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • What is a notary?
  • How do I become a mobile notary?
  • Can you make a full-time income from being a notary?
  • How much can you really make as a notary?
  • What makes a successful notary?
  • How much time do you have to spend to make this profitable?
  • Secure at your job vs “self-employed”: Dealing with criticism as an entrepreneur
  • What safety precautions can mobile notaries take?
  • Insurance and tools: What kind of tools do I need to be a mobile notary? Do I need insurance?
  • Should  I have a website?
  • Is there still space in the market for someone just starting out?
  • How do you grow as a mobile notary?
  • Are the mobile notary services that bring in more money?
  • How do you upsell notary services?

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

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When it comes to becoming a millionaire, most of us think it’s possible only under a few circumstances:

  1. You own a really big business or create a super successful product
  2. You win the lottery
  3. You have a very, very rich family

But Bryce Leung and Kristy Shen didn’t fall into any of those categories. Kristy had moved to the middle class from poverty. Bryce was a middle-class engineer who was trying to move up the ranks of what he thought was the American dream. Both Kristy and Bryce were just a middle-class couple who had enough of the rat race...and they became millionaires and retired.

Did we mention that they were only in their 30’s? 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How did this couple come up with the idea that they could become millionaires?
  • Christy’s journey from living on 44 cents per day in China to a millionaire
  • The reason Christy decided she had to get out of the rat race and make money a new way
  • The resources Kristy and Bryce used to get started on their journey to a million dollars
  • Why retirement isn’t about age
  • The easy 4% rule that Christy and Bryce suggest to calculate your retirement number
  • Why Bryce chose to invest in index funds as one of his million-dollar strategies
  • Why Bryce and Kristy decided NOT to buy a house as an investment (when everyone else they knew was)
  • How Kristy’s early experiences in poverty were a strength...and liability to a wealth mindset
  • Why the survival mindset helps you survive in the short term but hurts your money in the long term
  • How Kristy and Bryce joined the strengths of their backgrounds to become a wealthy couple
  • Why you must rely on yourself to get your financial freedom
  • How to deal with a saver that starts getting rich
  • The importance of creating your own financial freedom  your way
  • Why you can start your path to a million-dollar future today
  • Wealth-hacking habits that will save money without hurting the quality of your life
  • Wealth-hacking habits to make money while you’re traveling
  • Why financial peace of mind is good for your health and society
  • Why Kristy and Bryce are passionate about creating more wealth builders

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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This debt-free story focuses on getting on the same financial page as a married couple. Both Ashley and David Garrison were trying to live the American Dream.

They ended up over $75,000 in debt.

Getting to a debt-free lifestyle took some adjusting, however. As Ashley shares, creating a budget and budget meetings was something David and Ashley had o adjust to. But once they did, they ended up paying off their debt in less than 2 years. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How to convince your spouse that debt is a problem 
  • Staying encouraged and persistent while talking with a reluctant spouse about debt
  • Staying motivated when you’re beginning on your debt-free journey
  • Handling money resentment and strife as a couple 
  • The importance of faith in Ashley and David’s debt-free journey
  • Having budget meetings as a couple
  • Dealing with your partner when budget meetings get intense
  • The unique ways David and Ashley saved and made money on their debt-free journey
  • Allocating new money to your budget after you start making money
  • Why Ashley and David left room in the budget for fun and relaxation
  • Why Ashley and David chose the debt snowball method (and why you should consider it too!)
  • Future goals of David and Ashley as a debt-free couple

 

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Finances can often put a strain on relationships - however, when Josh and Elisha decided to combine their finances, they embarked on a journey that not only led them towards paying 30k of debt within eight months but also brought about new conversations that strengthened their relationship.

In this episode of “In the Middle,” Josh and Elisha are here to share what led them into debt, how they began their journey, and how they’ve held themselves accountable.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How to hold each other accountable by combining finances
  • How your debt-free journey can strengthen your relationship
  • Adding side hustles for additional income
  • Keeping your goals visual and tangible
  • How simply saying ‘no’ can contribute to your debt-freedom
  • Automatically saving towards an emergency fund

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we cover a story of someone who is “in the middle” of their fight to be financially free. Sruti Basu had close to $50K in debt and knew that she needed to make a change. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • Paying off debt when you have a lower salary
  • First steps Sruthi took to control her financial destiny
  • Keeping a balanced life when you’re on a budget
  • Crafting the unique side hustle that works for you
  • Talking about money with your partner in a healthy way
  • Dealing with distractions and challenges along the way
  • Treating yourself when you reach a financial milestone

 

RESOURCES

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When it comes to talking about money in a relationship, most of us focus on the numbers. Very few of us focus on the words we’re using.

That’s the lesson, Tarra Jackson aka “Madam Money” has for us today. As she shares in the podcast and her book, our money habits create a money “language”.

This language is the lens through which we have money conversations.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How financial institutions are making money off your bad financial habits
  • How your credit score can cost you more money
  • Two ways you can avoid paying extra money to the banks
  • How to handle “money misunderstandings” in your relationships
  • The four basic money  “languages”
  • The two basic types of spender and saver
  • Why the way we talk about money matters more than you think
  • How do I talk to someone with a different money ‘language’ than me?
  • How do I begin to have the “money conversation” with my significant other?
  • What is a “money date”?
  • Can the way you use money change over time?
  • Why single adults need to read relationship and finance books for couples

 

RESOURCES

 

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Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy.

Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit  HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.

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In this era, “debt-free” and “going to college” are two words that never sound like they should go together, but Anthony O’ Neal believes that they can.

He also believes that we should stop allowing debt to enter the “college conversation” in the first place.

Anthony O’Neal shares why he takes this hard stance about debt and college and the steps you can take today to prepare your child for a better financial future.

Anthony also takes it a step further.

He also covers what parents can do if they are currently facing an “I don’t have enough (or anything) saved for my kids” situation. He shares what they can do to get their child ready for a brighter (and debt-free) future. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • Why it’s so important for students to go to college debt-free
  • How to break up with the idea that you need a student loan to go to college
  • How early should I prepare my kids for college?
  • How do I pick the right college that is affordable and valuable to my child’s future?
  • What conversations should we have with our kids about college?
  • What resources are out there to help parents and children make more informed decisions about college?
  • What if we haven’t saved enough for college?
  • Tips for managing your social media before & during your college years
  • What Anthony does each morning (and believes we should do) to own our morning

 

RESOURCES 

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F.I.R.E. is a movement and community centered around developing a healthy and sustainable framework for your relationship with money.

Scott and Taylor, the creators of Playing with FIRE, are on the show to talk about their journey towards financial independence, and how they hope to spread the FIRE movement and help others become more financially literate.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • The F.I.R.E. framework
  • How to begin FIRE based on your values
  • Where to cut back on expenses
  • How to use a retirement calculator
  • Setting achievable goals
  • The importance of understanding financial literacy
  • Investing in broad-based, low-cost index funds

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we celebrate the victory and journey of Sherika Wynter, a product manager/teacher/business owner/speaker who turned a bad financial situation into a lesson in persistence, creativity, and grit.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • Why we need to be financially prepared for the uncertainties of life
  • The two situations that almost financially wiped Shericka out
  • How Sherika successfully negotiated with insurance companies to cut an unfairly expensive medical bill
  • Strategies Sherika used to stay financially responsible after she committed to getting debt-free
  • The side hustles Sherika used to bring in more income while she was paying down debt
  • How Sherika balanced a full-time job, a side hustle, and more to reach her goal
  • Ways that Sherika leveraged her network to get even more money
  • How she dealt with friends, family, and distractions while staying financially disciplined
  • Dealing with family and friends who don’t agree with financial decisions
  • Not accepting the status quo for your financial life
  • Advice Sherika gave to her younger brother (and everyone) about student loans
  • How Sherika is giving back
  • The new financial freedom and journey Sherika is on, now that she is debt-free

 

RESOURCES

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On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with The Downing Brothers (Anthony & Anton Downing) of HGTV’s “Double Down ” about flipping houses, rehabbing, and all things real estate.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • How to flip real estate using an FHA (Federal Housing Authority) loan
  • Requirements of the FHA loan
  • The business principles behind the side hustle of real estate investing
  • Cheat codes to getting faster approval of your loans
  • Workarounds to getting more than FHA loan so you can get more cash flow in less time
  • The importance of persistence in real estate investing (Very important for beginners!)
  • Tips for adding  value to a home to increase it’s worth
  • How do you find the right properties and neighborhoods to invest in?
  • Good and bad signs of a good real estate deal
  • The “Driving for Dollars” technique to make sure you’re seeing a real estate deal from all angles
  • Building your real estate investing “success team”
  • Successfully vetting the people on your real estate investing team (i.e. contractors, realtors, etc.)
  • Building relationships with property managers and the community to decrease the headaches of investing
  • Why it’s more expensive to buy cheap and take shortcuts when rehabbing a house
  • What to do when bad things happen in real estate investing...and how to prepare for them in advance

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

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On this episode of “In the Middle,” we talk to Ashonzay and Ellie, a couple that has combined their debt-free journey with their health and lifestyle changes. They are the founders of Debt Free & Fitness, and their mission is to help people live a healthy lifestyle with both their finances and their bodies. 

Ashonzay and Ellie came from different financial backgrounds, and consequently, they entered into their relationship with very different financial situations. In total, their debt began at 120k, with most of it coming from Ashonzay, and within the past 6 months, they have reduced it by about 26k. 

Ashonzay openly shares about his hesitation to be transparent with Ellie about his debt, feeling ashamed, embarrassed, and fearful that it might negatively impact their relationship. In response, Ellie sets an incredible example of acknowledging her privilege, showing compassion, and accepting responsibility for her future husband’s debt.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How to accept and understand your partner’s debt
  • How to have a conversation with your partner about your debt
  • Becoming financially transparent prior to marriage
  • Creating discretionary budgets to make budgeting sustainable
  • Organizing budgets and savings towards multiple goals
  • Cutting back on excess spending
  • Meal prepping to help both the budget and health
  • Living intentionally while avoiding burnout
  • Building a debt-free community
  • Finding joy in things that don’t cost money
  • Pushing through non-motivation and remembering your “Why”

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

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On this segment of “In the Middle,” we’re here with Elsie and Von - a couple that started off with almost $125,000 of debt and, within a year and a half, have cut down their debt to $58,000.

They’re a couple with three kids, two properties, and a plethora of past challenges who are in the middle of tackling their debt on their journey towards debt freedom.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • The importance of communication and teamwork for couples
  • The difference between regular and student loans
  • How to get your spouse on board with paying off debt
  • How to work through grief and challenges in a partnership
  • Prioritizing mental health before addressing financial changes
  • Talking to friends and family about debt journeys
  • Making small changes to save money
  • How to stay accountable and motivated

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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In this episode of His & Her Money, we sit down with Rashauna Scott, a real estate investor in Chicago. Her interest in financial freedom was sparked at a career fair during high school, and since her teenage years, with grit, determination, and a whole lot of self-investment, she has built up a successful real estate career.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How to find mentors and partners in real estate investment
  • How to get started in real estate investment with limited finances
  • Strategies to pinpoint what assets you can bring to the table in real estate
  • How to create a strong business partnership
  • How to determine whether or not a property would be a good deal
  • Where to find properties
  • How to leverage the bank and lender to invest in a property

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

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Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

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On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about the power of budgets to change your future with money coach, Ericka Young.

While most of us know we need to budget, most of us also know that we don’t like the budgeting process. Budgeting feels like a straitjacket. It feels like you’re depriving yourself.

Budgets don’t have to feel that way.

In fact, as Ericka Young shares with our listeners, restrictive is the opposite of how a budget should make you feel. A budget should leave you empowered. A simple, one-page budget can be a powerful tool for you and your family to manage your financial destiny.

 

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When you first begin to tackle your journey to debt-freedom, where do you start? Maybe you look online for some guidance, but so often, when we have premade budget trackers thrown at us, templates and plans we find online, they don’t work for us. It makes us feel like we’ve failed, and those loans feel more and more insurmountable.

This happened to Miko Ehrmantraut, over and over and over again. Divorced, drowning in student loan and credit card debt, and suddenly a single mom, she made her first budget 9 years ago.

During her journey, managed to knock out a whopping 70k out of her debt in a mere 8 months. Not only that, be she build a debt-free million dollar business in the process!

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How to find a budget that works for your unique life
  • Ways to tackle underlying emotional and psychological triggers behind spending money
  • How to find extra money by reducing bills and expenses
  • Learning a side hustle to make extra money
  • Lifestyle changes you can make as a parent
  • How to prioritize quality time with your child
  • How to psychologically prepare yourself for starting a business
  • Ideas to make money online

 

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On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about a big issue that is affecting our entire country, student loan debt. It is one of the biggest hurdles of anyone trying to get financially free. 

As our guest Ryan Craig points out, the U.S. student loan debt total is at $1.5 TRILLION dollars.

This debt was incurred mostly by students who believed the dream that college would help them get a “good job”, only to find that the “good jobs” wanted employees with a different set of skills.

How do we fix this problem and how do we prevent the next generation of college-bound students from falling into the trap?

Give them alternatives.

That’s what Ryan Craig is all about. Ryan argues that now is the time to give cheaper and more targeted options for people, throughout their careers, whether they are high school students or experienced workers looking to advance their career.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

  • What is causing the student loan crisis?
  • How much should we be saving for college?
  • Conversations parents should have with their kids about paying for college
  • The “right-left” education approach Ryan says schools should adapt to help students find better jobs
  • Examples of career paths that lead to good first-time jobs
  • Alternatives to college
  • Conversations our society needs to have about paying for college
  • How to break up with the “college will fix everything” belief 
  • What higher education may look like in the future
  • What high schools) and parents need to do to prepare their children for college alternatives

 

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Nowadays, going to college has become synonymous with entering adulthood in massive student loan debt. Having just entered the workforce, being able to not only find and hold a job but also begin tackling this debt can be incredibly daunting and seemingly impossible. 

However, 23-year-old Briana Browne has managed to pay off 30k of student loan debt in a year and a half, proving that, with the correct mindset, support system, and motivation, reaching debt freedom right out of college is achievable.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Paying off student loans right after college
  • Taking advantage of your family and home
  • Private loan payment plans
  • Staying focused on eliminating debt right out of college

 

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So many of us are right in the middle of the journey to financial freedom and it's easy to get off track. Sometimes it feels as if the traction just isn't there. But it's never too late to start again. 

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with Sonia Sears. She became debt-free at one point in her life, but later on, she slipped back into debt.

She is a licensed clinical social worker and also works as a mental health practitioner. 

 

What You Will Learn In This Episode

  • How to give things up in the short term to achieve your long term goal
  • Get extra jobs and use the cash to pay off debt
  • If you can, go live with your parents for a while to decrease your expenses
  • Why you need to be accountable to someone

 

Resources Mentioned

  • Mint: Budget Tracker & Planner – Free Only Money Management

 

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Real estate investment is a long-term game that can reap some incredible benefits. However, buying a single home most likely won’t lead you towards complete financial independence.

Today, a real estate investing couple, Mark and Tamiel, are here to share their experience and journey into real estate syndication and how they are using this to build generational wealth and choice-filled lives for their children

Real estate syndication is, in short, group purchasing. It allows the average person to collectively gather money with other investors to buy properties that they would not be able to buy individually. 

Mark and Tamiel turned towards purchasing larger, multi-family units or apartment buildings because the track they were on would only lead them to financial independence late in life.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Ways to get involved in real estate syndication
  • Differences between single-home and multi-unit investments
  • How to find trustworthy and reliable partners
  • Factors to consider before investing
  • How to manage and divide revenue for multi-unit investments
  • What to look for in an investment area
  • How to come up with the capital for an initial investment

 

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On this episode of The His & Her Money podcast, we’ve got an incredible story for you. Meet Christopher and Savaughn, a court officer and medical receptionist by day, pastor and first lady of their church by night. Married for 17 years and with 2 children, they managed to pay off 52k of debt in 32 months. 

With a combination of tax payments, medical bills, student and car loans, and credit card debt, they had been struggling with their finances for years before finally deciding to make a change.

But once they took their first step towards debt freedom and the bills started disappearing, they were motivated to pay it all off.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How to shift your mindset to make financial changes
  • How to take action on your faith in getting rid of debt
  • Ways to get your children involved in your financial journey
  • Establishing a supportive community
  • Making changes and budgets to increase debt payments
  • The impact of a debt-free journey on marriage
  • Taking the first step towards tackling your debt

 

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Here on the His & Her Money podcast, we’re dedicated to not only helping you pay off debt but also empowering you to invest in your own wealth.

Real estate investing is a popular option - however, it often comes with many barriers and obstacles that make it seem impossible. 

On this episode, we sit down with Danielle Pierce, an expert on tax lien investment who has been in the real estate industry for over 12 years. A tax lien is placed on properties whose owners have failed to pay their taxes.

Danielle shares how investing in these tax lien properties can produce income through double-digit interest or ownership, and how this option serves as a more accessible and low-risk method of real estate investment.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Tax lien investing
  • How to find out if your area has opportunities for tax lien investment
  • What to bring and how to prepare for a sale
  • How a redemption period can affect your decision to invest in a property
  • Factors to consider when choosing an area 
  • Benefits of hiring an attorney
  • What happens after you purchase a tax lien property

 

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Teamwork is so imperative in marriage. Loving and supporting each other gives a great foundation to work and play together. And trust goes a long long way to secure unity. On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Robert and Tammira Lucas tell us their story. 

Tammira describes herself as a serial entrepreneur, mom, and wife as well as a business professor in Baltimore. She is the founder of Moms As Entrepreneurs in underserved communities.

She launched her own co-working space for mothers which provides babysitting services for moms. Another company she runs, The Business Dr, provides strategic marketing solutions for social media and business consulting. 

Robert started in business with his father, running a home service for carpet cleaning which grew to a good level. He branched out and now owns his own used car dealership. He was born to be an entrepreneur. 

 

What You Will Learn In This Episode

  • How to support your spouse
  • How to just go for it
  • Strategies to research your idea
  • Ways to properly handle failures and mistakes
  • How to surrender to God and chill out
  • How to include your children

 

Resources Mentioned

 

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The dictionary says resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. We have all experienced setbacks in our life.

But our toughness shines through when we get back up, dust ourselves off, look at what we did wrong, change, and get going again. 

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Patrick Aime, originally from Rwanda in East Africa, has been living the American dream for the past 26 years. He overcame many obstacles and is now a DEBT FREE MILLIONAIRE. 

 

What You Will Learn In This Episode

  • How to realize your dream
  • What is good customer service
  • Why it is important to save
  • What is FI (Financial Independence)
  • Why you need to know your ‘why’
  • Why do you need an emergency

 

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In this episode of His & Her Money, we talk to a special guest - Rob Rose. However, we’re not talking to Rob about his debt-free journey. Instead, Rob shares an incredible resource available across the country that could provide easier access towards personal and community wealth building through real estate investment.

Rob is the executive director of the Cook County Land Bank Authority. A land bank is what the name states - it can bank and hold distressed properties that are either foreclosed or abandoned. Their mission is to make these properties available to potential investors, business owners and homeowners at below-market prices to stabilize neighborhoods through community-based wealth building. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • The importance of community-based wealth building
  • How to keep wealth within a community
  • About the role of land banks
  • Expectations for property investors
  • Common property investment mistakes

 

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On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with John Lanza from The Money Mammals about the power and practice of raising money-empowered and money-smart kids.

 

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As David Greene’s story shows, it is possible to build a real estate empire on a waiter’s income. Using only hard work and dedication, David was able to turn his job waiting tables into a platform that allowed him to graduate college debt-free and have enough savings to start investing in real estate.

David Greene is a part of the team at BiggerPockets where they discuss real estate investing strategies that allow you to build cash flow while investing.

 

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Debt can seem so daunting. It can also make us feel bad about ourselves. Negative thinking can cause us to go on autopilot and want to bury our heads in the sand.

But when we decide to tackle the problem, we can look debt in the face and tell it: “Debt! You're going down.”

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Jonte Lee paid off $60,000 in private student loan debt in one year. 

 

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The Sandwich Generation is described as a group of people that have children and parents that depend on them financially. And so they feel they are being squeezed from both directions. But by having the right conversation early, things can be clearer and easier. 

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Cameron Huddleston, a financial journalist, and writer is the author of the new book: Mom And Dad, We Need To Talk. She shares a ton of wisdom on how to properly discuss financial matters with your aging parents.

 

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On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, we feature Murphy and Melissa have been married for 9 years and together they paid off $229,000 debt in 5 years. The debt comprised of $125,000 student debt and $104,000 consumer debt. 

 

What You Will Learn In This Episode

  • Why you need to do your research
  • How to get your spouse on board
  • Marriage communication is important
  • How to save money and still have fun
  • Why a vision is important

 

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