Personal finance success is the result of consistently focusing on the right things, called success factors. Over time, I’ve learned what works, what to pay attention to, and how things turn out when I focus on my personal finance success factors. In this episode, you’ll learn the ones I focus on along with some helpful hints that today save me from making mistakes with my money.
Most couples with kids and careers feel that life insurance is important. Yet, many don’t have enough life insurance, or worse, have no life insurance on both husband and wife. So, in this episode you’ll quickly learn the point of life insurance, the plans available, and the process for getting the right life insurance at the best price.
For real financial results, here are 3 financial hacks to pay attention to in your family. Nope, they’re not revolutionary. And that’s why they work. I’ve personally tested each one for its effectiveness in gaining more financial stability, certainty, and control. Let’s take a look.
It’s true. There is an easy-to-follow personal finance framework that exists. I call it Your Money House and in this episode, you’ll learn how it can help you make financial progress, faster.
In this episode, Steve shares personal finance perspectives gained from years of teaching groups and couples how money works so they’re purposeful in spending, saving, and sharing… rather than paying interest! Listen to Steve share nuggets of financial knowledge that can save you money and build wealth!
So much financial stress comes from living paycheck to paycheck. Yes, we all know how the pundits preach about the pitfalls of stretching our dollars too thin and surviving between pay periods. But for many couples with kids and careers managing money in two-week timeframes is “just the way it is” (thank you Bruce Hornsby).
Can you live wealthy with little money? Danny Kofke says YES in his title, “A Simple Book of Financial Wisdom.” In this episode, Danny shares how to teach yourself and your kids to live wealthy with little money.
To help you build a budget that works for your family, Mike Kastler from Budgeting Money Tips joins this show to share his story about the budget process and talk about the simple things you can do to avoid financial chaos at the end of each month.
I’ve just had two tragic losses in the last month. One from a car accident and one in a backyard accident. As a stay-at-home parent, in a house depending on one income, these tragic events remind me how important life insurance is for wives, too.
What if you could teach your kids to save, share, and spend money so they formed good financial habits now and avoided money mistakes later in life? That’s exactly this mission John Lanza is on. In this episode, John shares how he helps kids learn about making money choices in a world were they mostly get “the spending message” with minimal opportunities to learn saving and sharing.