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You can afford anything, but not everything. We make daily decisions about how to spend money, time, energy, focus and attention – and ultimately, our life. Every decision is a trade-off against another choice. But how deeply do we contemplate these choices? Are we settling for the default mode? Or are we ruthlessly optimizing around a deliberate life? Host Paula Pant interviews a diverse array of entrepreneurs, early retirees, millionaires, investors, artists, adventurers, scientists, psych ...
 
Are you looking to improve your family's financial wellness and create a life of true wealth and happiness? The Marriage, Kids and Money Podcast is dedicated to helping you do just that. Each week, Andy Hill interviews millionaire parents, couples who have reached financial independence, and financial industry experts like Chris Hogan, Paula Pant, JL Collins and Rachel Cruze (the daughter of Dave Ramsey). These interviews are meant to provide you with easy-to-understand information and actio ...
 
What if one answer could change the trajectory of your entire life? Welcome to the podcast that overcomes psychological barriers by asking better questions. Each episode uncovers different sticking points and explores practical ways to become "unstuck." We'll unpack questions about potential, self-worth, fear and the creative process with psychologists, authors and thought leaders. If you’re craving more substance and ready to dive deep, you’ve come to the right place.
 
The Gourmet Goober is a fun journey through the intersection of foodie and pop culture hosted by JJ Outlaw and her hubby Big Daddy. From Baby Yoda to the Great Chicken Wars, it's the show that's a little bit gourmet and a lot ratchet. ©2022 Plum Goode Media Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gourmetgoober/support
 
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Shane and his wife are a mortgage-free millionaire couple at 36 years old! They are wondering what to do with their money now. I share 5 ideas for them to consider in this stage of their life. Also, we hear from Josh Miller from Michigan who achieved Coast FIRE in his 30's after saving and investing over $600,000. SPONSORS M1 Finance: You’ve done y…
 
Matt wants to optimize his portfolio and wants to know if he should invest along the Efficient Frontier – despite the fact that the asset allocation it recommends is absolutely bonkers; it’s wild and risky and tilted like nothing he’s ever seen before. Ionnie just rolled over her Roth IRA and would like to understand how to withdraw her contributio…
 
I'm sure you've heard that renting is wasting your money. But is that really true? Let’s explore the renting vs. buying a home debate and discuss some pros and cons along the way. Also, we chat with Dan Rocatto from Credible about why the housing market is so crazy right now. SPONSORS M1 Finance: You’ve done your research. Let M1 investing automati…
 
Welcome to our First Friday bonus episode. Once a month, Afford Anything presents a special feature called Invest Anywhere, in which we teach our audience how to invest in real estate from thousands of miles away. We kickoff today’s episode by discussing current market conditions. Yesterday the Fed raised interest rates by another 50 basis points, …
 
#378: Anonymous is 25. She has a job offer that comes with a substantial raise. Hooray! Buuut … there’s a problem. If she accepts this job offer, her new employer won’t allow her to contribute as much money to her company retirement accounts. How should she think about the trade-off between increasing income and funding her retirement? Meanwhile, D…
 
In this supersized episode, the Goobers talk about the strange but true story of celebrity chef David Ruggerio - who was also a working member of the Gambino crime family! The gang also discusses Dr. Strange, Big Daddy's NBA beef, Tropicana's OJ cereal, Country Time's new lawsuit, and the best thing we ate this week. Editor's note: we also pay trib…
 
Wondering what it takes to become a millionaire in today's world? Jace Mattinson and Clark Sheffield, hosts of the Millionaires Unveiled Podcast, share what they've learned after interviewing over 200 real-life millionaires. In this BEST OF MKM episode from 2021, Jace and Clark break down millionaire habits, millionaire investing strategies and the…
 
#377: Today’s episode is sheer retirement nerd bliss. We talk to the creator of the 4 percent retirement safe withdrawal rule, Bill Bengen. If you’re new to retirement planning, you might not yet grasp the gravity of this. Let’s cut to the chase: the 4 percent rule is one of the most revolutionary, groundbreaking insights in the field of retirement…
 
If you're raising a teenager and looking at the cost of higher education, you may be asking yourself ... is college worth it? Dan Sheeks, Author of "First to a Million: A Teenager's Guide to Achieving Early Financial Independence", shares how parents and teens can make the decision to go to college or not. Also, on our Internet Money segment, we he…
 
Meghan’s mom is 64 years old and suffering under a toxic boss. It’s tough to switch jobs at her age. How should she think through the next steps? Ellen has a 20-year-old son with physical and developmental disabilities. Her other child, age 21, will need to look after him for the rest of their lives. How should she handle their inheritance? Joe wan…
 
Working on paying off your mortgage early? You may be wondering if it makes sense for you to stop investing to become mortgage-free faster. I review my thoughts on the subject and why Coast FIRE may be a good goal to consider first. Also, we hear from Amber Sauer who earned a 6-month sabbatical from work after paying off her $250,000 mortgage early…
 
When I found the FIRE Movement, I really did not like my career path. I found myself saving a lot and scrutinizing every purchase my family made. Did I like FIRE or did I just dislike my career? Nicole's interest in FIRE and saving more has amplified over the past couple of years too. In this episode of Bread & Wine, we discuss this question and we…
 
#375: Here’s the deal: The majority of people who write about personal finance repeat the same tired aphorisms and cliches. “Millennials aren’t investing enough,” they’ll lament. “Millennials are amassing wealth at a slower pace than previous generations!” But when you ask for their source, they turn up blank. Each writer points to a headline, whic…
 
The Goober celebrates the Supreme Court appointment of Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, before discussing Paula Patton's chicken fail, McDonald's newest decorating accessory, and the sordid legacy of #DariusCrooks. Heard on the program: Cooper's Hawk Pistachio-Crusted Grouper: https://chwinery.com/ JJ's Carrot, Ginger, and Leek Soup: https:…
 
John Delony knows all about financial trauma. Having experienced financial trauma personally and helping others get through it, he knows the signs of it and how to manage it. In this interview, John Delony gives advice to others who’ve experienced financial trauma and are working to overcome the emotional effects of the recent pandemic. SPONSORS M1…
 
#374: Andy in Palm Springs wants to create an income stream through a taxable brokerage account. What strategy should he use to minimize the tax impact of withdrawing his gains? Jake wants investment cash flow until he’s eligible for his military pension in 10 years. Should he buy small multifamily properties right now, wait a few years and invest …
 
With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, some folks are feeling uneasy about investing. Uncertain times can create nervous investors. In this episode, I share why I think now is a great time to invest and how to get started. Also, we hear from Andi Thieman from PennyLoafer, who shares how their platform makes giving easy. And, last but not least, we'v…
 
#373: How do people make money in real estate? Many focus on rental income, but this is only one of five ways that properties create wealth. We explain five surprising ways that real estate builds your balance sheet: cash flow, appreciation (market-based and forced), tax benefits, principal paydown, and instant equity at closing. Why does this matt…
 
In this episode, the Goobers celebrate a very important birthday before talking about Pusha T's beef with the golden arches, Pepsi's new maple syrup soda, Chef Jose Andres' latest contribution to space travel, a puzzling producer's note to Amanda Seales about BLTs, and the best thing we ate this week. Heard on the show: Get some gear: https://goobe…
 
#372: Eve has been investing in her brokerage account and the tax liabilities are starting to add up. She wants to retire in 12 years and is wondering if she should invest in after-tax contributions and plan on a Roth conversion. Anonymous has rental properties and wants to start building his kids credit histories. Is it a good idea to add them as …
 
Looking to pay off debt but you have a low income? Jessi Fearon, the author of the new book Getting Good With Money, shares how reaching debt freedom is possible making $50k per year or less. Also, we hear from Brandyn Rodriguez who paid off $137,000 of debt in 5 years! EPISODE RESOURCES Personal Capital: Free investing tools to help you build your…
 
#371: Psychology professor Bill von Hippel explains the evolutionary science behind how we’re hardwired as humans. We’re wired to be social, to connect, to communicate and cooperate. We’re wired to want to learn and teach, to build a collective body of knowledge that stretches beyond what any single individual could ever learn in their lifetime. We…
 
Taking the plunge into homeownership can be a big undertaking. And in a hot real estate market like this, it's no wonder families are stressed out trying to make homeownership a reality. One major topic that comes up time and time again is around the home down payment and if you REALLY need to go for 20% down or not. We explore this question by loo…
 
We've been practicing the empathetic parenting method for the better part of 10 years now. Nicole and I pause for a tick and ask ourselves, "Is it working?" We review empathetic parenting in our home and discuss some takeaways after trying it out for a while. BREAD & WINE RESOURCES Buy Us a Cheap Bottle of Wine: And we'll give you a shoutout during…
 
#370: Kristen is 32, and she and her husband want to retire in less than 20 years. They make too much to contribute to a Roth IRA. Should they use back door Roth conversions to speed along their path to early retirement? Michelle makes $190,000 and is going to switch to a career that pays $40,000 on average. To prepare for this lower salary, she's …
 
In this episode, the Goober gang talk about self-care, France's poutine woes, Jack-in-the-Box's epic troll game, why Girl Scouts are sweating cookie time, the return of Van Leeuwen's most notorious ice cream, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle's favorite pizza toppings, and the best thing they ate this week. (Producer's note: We transitioned into usin…
 
"Look around: all of your clutter used to be money; all of your money used to be time." Money is one of those topics (like health) that affects each of us, whether or not we're interested. However, it can be a particularly loaded topic due to all the emotions attached to our financial stories, so uncovering our ingrained beliefs around money can be…
 
Most of us are aware of traditionally retiring in our 60s or 70s and what life might be like when we’re old and gray. But what if you could add another 20-30 years on that retirement timeframe? And have your spouse retire along with you? Well, that’s what we’re going to discuss today and the person who’s going to help us with that discussion is Mag…
 
#369: To answer these questions, we need a deep, tree-trunk understanding – a core, fundamental understanding – of how the stock market operates. What, exactly, IS a stock – and how are stocks valued? What’s the difference between the Dow Jones, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq? Why is the market a voting machine in the short-term, but a weighing machin…
 
With housing prices soaring, it can be hard to save up for your home down payment. Lately, there's a growing group of people wondering if investing for short-term goals like a home down payment is a smart way to go. I share my experience with investing my home down payment and what I learned from doing this. Also, we heard from Treger Strasberg, Fo…
 
Is depression real? Or is it something that can be solved? Nicole and I discuss how both of us view depression in our relationship and our views on the subject. BREAD & WINE RESOURCES Buy Us a Cheap Bottle of Wine: And we'll give you a shoutout during the show - thanks for the support! MKM RESOURCES Instagram Voicemail Leave a Review: Apple Podcast…
 
#368: Grace wants to buy a manufactured home for rental income. Should she calculate her returns differently for a manufactured home? Alex is curious about cryptocurrency. How should she analyze the returns promised by different platforms and where can she go to learn more about crypto in general? Thomas and his wife have parallel goals of saving f…
 
This week, the Goobers talk about T's totally basic tastes, missing saltines, the return of Adam Richman, a controversy behind beef's Product of the US label, Luke Cage joining Disney+, and the best thing we ate this week! Oh, and the team finally answers that age-old question -just what does outer space taste like anyway? As heard on the show: Yol…
 
#367: Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, many commentators have remarked that we’re living in an “epidemic of anxiety.” More than 40 million Americans suffer from anxiety, and countless millions more notice themselves “acting out” against their responsibilities in smaller, self-sabotaging ways: procrastinating, lacking motivation, grappling …
 
Interested in FIRE and retiring early? Well, you might need a bridge account that helps fund your lifestyle from early retirement to traditional retirement. To help us with this intricate plan, I've invited The Landshark to today's podcast. This anonymous personal finance blogger retired early at 43 and used a bridge account to make it possible. We…
 
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