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The College Investor podcast is a daily audio show that's dedicated to bringing you the best of TheCollegeInvestor.com. We discuss a variety of topics, all relating to millennial money - including student loan debt, investing, earning more money, and more! Robert Farrington, the founder of The College Investor and a Millennial Money Expert, shares how to get out of student loan debt so that you can start investing and building wealth for the future. Instead of cutting expenses and living a f ...
 
Cult of Money is about personal finance for the crypto-curious. We're making it our mission to simplify the complex world of cryptocurrency, DeFi, NFTs, and other emerging financial technologies so that you can apply these new tools to help you build wealth.
 
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The Side Hustle Show

Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation

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The Side Hustle Show is the podcast for part-time entrepreneurs who are looking for business ideas, actionable tips to start a business, and killer strategies on how to turn their side hustle dreams into a growing business. We cover all aspects of starting a business and making money (online and offline), including small business marketing, sales, websites, social media marketing, blogging, time management, and more. Our topics include passive income ideas, niche sites, self-publishing, soft ...
 
Creating greatness in business, life, and personal pursuits. Our guests are high achievers and have built their lives and successes from the inside out. Learn from those that have gone ahead and built a path to success through struggles, unforeseen circumstances, and the will to push on. Our guests are regular folk that would not be stopped and share it all with our host Thomas DeSchutter.
 
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The idea of college comes with a lot of questions—but there is one question that isn't usually asked: is college worth the cost? Most would say yes, but the honest answer is sometimes. Today’s guest, Robert Farrington, the College Investor, answers college questions in a detailed manner to help you make profitable decisions on your higher education…
 
Robert Farrington of The College Investor shares the single most important trait that defines personal finance success. Episode 1876: The Single Most Important Trait That Defines Personal Finance Success by Robert Farrington of The College Investor Robert Farrington is a personal finance expert that focuses on helping millennials get out of student…
 
Dr. Jeff Anzalone of Physician on Fire talks about how to develop 7 different streams of income. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1899: [Part 2] 7 Streams of Income: The Millionaire’s Secret by Dr. Jeff Anzalone with Physician On Fire Leif is a former anesthesiologist, a family man, and a supposed outdoors enthusiast who spends way too much time indoor…
 
Dr. Jeff Anzalone of Physician on Fire talks about how to develop 7 different streams of income. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1898: [Part 1] 7 Streams of Income: The Millionaire’s Secret by Dr. Jeff Anzalone with Physician On Fire Leif is a former anesthesiologist, a family man, and a supposed outdoors enthusiast who spends way too much time indoor…
 
Michael Smith with Financial Finesse shares his thoughts on getting crushed by student loans. Episode 1897: I Don't Want My Kids to be Crushed by Student Loans. Do You? by Michael Smith with Financial Finesse on College After years in the financial services industry, Liz Davidson became disgusted with how many people were being sold financial produ…
 
Almost every age group wants to know how to retire in ten years. Whether you’re in your teens, your mid-thirties, or your mid-fifties, retirement can seem like an eternity away. Those who retire early and find financial freedom tend to do so through a combination of smart investing, early saving, and a tenacity for budgeting (without giving up ever…
 
“If you’re bored walking up the hill, try running up it.” That was what this week’s guest William Wadsworth of ExamStudyExpert.com told me when I asked him about how he got his side hustle off the ground. Four years ago, William was working full-time in a corporate job, but he wanted to build his own dream, not someone else’s. Finding it difficult …
 
FIRECracker of Millennial Revolution talks about how a diversified portfolio can help you overcome the fear of early retirement Episode 1896: Fear Will Hold You Prisoner; a Diversified Portfolio Will Set You Free by FIRECracker of Millennial Revolution FIRECracker is a world-travelling early retiree. She used to live in one of the most expensive ci…
 
Two researchers at the University of Kansas School of Business have identified problems in how some states manage their 529 college savings plans. They suggest that these problems are caused by conflicts of interest, inadequate oversight, and a lack of investment sophistication by the state sponsors. According to the College Savings Plan Network, a…
 
Kalen Bruce of Freedom Sprout shares 6 ways to save $1,000 quickly Episode 1895: 6 Ways to Save Your First $1,000 Quickly by Kalen Bruce of Freedom Sprout on Everyday Saving Tips Kalen Bruce created Freedom Sprout to fill a void. He heard too many conversations about how "they don't teach finance in schools." It took years for him to stop complaini…
 
Camilo Maldonado of The Finance Twins tells you why you shouldn't be picking individual stocks Episode 1894: Here's Why You Shouldn't Be Picking Individual Stocks by Camilo Maldonado of The Finance Twins Camilo and Francisco Maldonado are the Finance Twins. Most people think money is confusing unless you are an accountant. We used to think that too…
 
When your student loans are discharged due to disability, you may be limited in whether you can work or go to school for a period of time. Otherwise, your student loans may be reinstated. This can be an especially difficult issue to navigate if your loans are discharged while you're attending school, or plan to. And it can happen even if you never …
 
An excerpt from the book Transparent Investing: How to Play the Stock Market Without Getting Played by Patrick Geddes Episode 1893: An Excerpt From Transparent Investing: How to Play the Stock Market Without Getting Played by Patrick Geddes The investment industry wants you to believe in stock market wizards who can predict the future and make a ki…
 
Asking for a prenup (prenuptial agreement) can be an exceedingly scary ask. To your partner, a prenup may seem like a way of telling them that you’re planning for a future divorce. But, in reality, it could be the thing that secretly saves your marriage. The everyday American knows very little about the prenuptial agreement and has gotten most of t…
 
Gordon Stein of Cash Flow Cookbook talks about the value of making simple financial changes Episode 1892: Surfing to Financial Wellness by Gordon Stein of Cash Flow Cookbook on Making Simple Financial Changes Gordon is an international personal finance speaker, author and blogger on a mission to help everyone attain financial wellness. North Americ…
 
Amy Blacklock and Vicki Cook of Women Who Money talk about the difference between preferred and common stocks The co-founders of Women Who Money are Amy Blacklock from Life Zemplified and Vicki Cook, from Make Smarter Decisions. Vicki and Amy connected initially online and eventually met in person at a financial conference in the fall of 2017. They…
 
Brian Tracy shares 5 reasons why most don't become wealthy Episode 1890: 5 Reasons Why Most Don't Become Wealthy by Brian Tracy on Taking The Long View On Your Finances Brian Tracy's goal is to help you achieve your personal and business goals faster and easier than you ever imagined. BrianTracy has consulted for more than 1,000 companies and addre…
 
You’ve heard of middle-class money traps before. Like spending your whole paycheck on rent, not paying yourself first, and the sneaky seduction of obsessive eating out. Today, we’re talking about a far less known type of middle-class trap, the type that keeps your wealth growing but limits the amount of “freedom” you feel in the process. Oftentimes…
 
There has never been a better time to build an online business around a topic you care about. This week’s guests on The Side Hustle Show are proof of that. Garret Kruger and Sabrina Ricci are the husband and wife team behind IKnowDino.com, which started as a side hustle and is now the world’s #1 dinosaur podcast. Not bad for a couple of non-paleont…
 
You may be wondering, what is forbearance steering? How does it affect borrowers? What are the alternatives to forbearance? What are your options if you were affected by forbearance steering? If you’ve watched the news lately, you’ll know that the Department of Education recently took action against forbearance steering, and created a new Income-Dr…
 
Melanie Lockert of Student Loan Planner talks about what to do with unused student loan money Episode 1889: What to Do With Unused Student Loan Money by Melanie Lockert of Student Loan Planner on Reducing Debt Loans Student Loan Planner has the country's top experts in figuring out exactly what to do with monster student loan debt. If you owe $20,0…
 
Barney of The Escape Artist talks about taking control of your own investments and the value of wealth managers Episode 1888: Honey, I Fired the Wealth Manager by Barney of The Escape Artist on Taking Control of Your Own Investments Barney Whiter writes about money and financial freedom at The Escape Artist. He has a degree in economics, is a quali…
 
Craig Stephens of Retire Before Dad talks about how financial independence affects traveling Episode 1887: The Holy Grail of Travel by Craig Stephens of Retire Before Dad on Finding Your Financial Independence Craig Stephens of Retire Before Dad is a 43-year-old IT professional, investor, and blogger based in the Washington, DC metro area. His prim…
 
Staci and her husband are earning $3,000-$4,000 month reselling like-new furniture with risk-free inventory sourced from Sharetown. Sharetown is a “reverse logistics” company that helps online, name brand furniture companies deal with customer returns. As a Sharetown rep, you get notified of these return requests, pick up the items, clean and store…
 
The cost of college has been rising faster than the rate of inflation over the past several years and especially since the pandemic. In addition to the increase in college tuition, other school-related expenses such as books, fees, and housing continue to rise. These ancillary expenses make the total cost of college pricier, but the good news is th…
 
Philip Taylor of PT Money shares 10 reasons to start a Roth IRA Episode 1886: 10 Reasons to Get Off Your Butt and Start a Roth IRA by Philip Taylor of PT Money on Retirement Savings PTMoney.com is about helping you make extra money, save more money, and spend your money wisely--all in an effort to help you fix your finances so you can build the lif…
 
Budget meals, cheap eats, and deliciously discounted recipes are all in this episode of the BiggerPockets Money Podcast. As many of you financial freedom chasers know, one of the biggest monthly expenses on your budget tends to be food costs. Whether that be going out or grocery shopping to feed yourself, your spouse, your kids, and anyone else in …
 
Sean Mullaney of FI Tax Guy talks about tax planning for inherited IRAs. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1885: [Part 2] Tax Planning For Inherited IRAs by Sean Mullaney of FI Tax Guy Sean Mullaney is a financial planner and the President of Mullaney Financial & Tax, Inc. Mullaney Financial & Tax, Inc. offers fiduciary, fee-only, hourly, and advice-onl…
 
Sean Mullaney of FI Tax Guy talks about tax planning for inherited IRAs. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1884: [Part 1] Tax Planning For Inherited IRAs by Sean Mullaney of FI Tax Guy Sean Mullaney is a financial planner and the President of Mullaney Financial & Tax, Inc. Mullaney Financial & Tax, Inc. offers fiduciary, fee-only, hourly, and advice-onl…
 
Vitaliy Katsenelson of Contrarian Edge shares why the market right now doesn't care how fantastic your stocks are. Episode 1883: The Market Right Now Doesn't Care How Fantastic Your Stocks Are by Vitaliy Katsenelson of Contrarian Edge Vitaliy Katsenelson is the CEO and Chief Investment Officer at Investment Management Associates. He has written two…
 
Stock market crashes aren’t common, but when they happen, they often catch you by surprise. Thankfully, we’re not in the middle of a stock market crash, but this current correction or “dip” we’re riding has got some early retirement and FIRE chasers feeling a little anxious. Carl and Mindy Jensen, real estate and index fund investors, have seen a t…
 
This week it’s the 500th episode of The Side Hustle Show, which just seems crazy to me. It feels like just yesterday I started this thing in a lot of ways. But it’s been 9 years — I guess time flies when you’re having fun. In honor of the 500 episode milestone, I wanted to reflect back on 10 big ideas and 10 common themes over the last 9 years. It …
 
Liz of Frugalwoods talks about why she doesn't micromanage her money Episode 1882: Why We Don't Micromanage Our Money by Liz of Frugal Woods on Establishing a Money Routine The Frugalwoods are ex-urban, rookie homesteaders finding contentment (and a lot of chores) on 66 acres in rural central Vermont along with their two young daughters. They write…
 
Whether you're getting renters insurance because you're moving out and going to college for the first time, or you've been a renter and are looking for ways to save money on your renters insurance, here is what you need to know. Renters insurance is an inexpensive way to protect your "stuff" when you rent. It's actually called personal property ins…
 
Lisa Harrison of Mad Money Monster talks about why FIOR is better than FIRE Episode 1881: 5 Reasons Ditching FIRE For FIOR Might Be Your Best Financial Move by Lisa Harrison of Mad Money Monster Lisa is a mother, scientist, and financial enthusiast. She founded Mad Money Monster, a personal finance blog chronicling her and her family’s journey from…
 
Dawn Starks of Simple Money Pro tells you how you can be prepare to manage money in a crisis Episode 1880: Bare Bones Money Management in a Crisis by Dawn Starks of Simple Money Pro Dawn Starks has been a financial planner for over twenty years. Her aim with financial planning work has always been to simplify things for clients. Making concepts eas…
 
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