The His and Her Money Show

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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