#200: The MoneyPlan SOS podcast is now retired with this final episode. It was recorded LIVE at FinCon15 with nine bloggers who learned about money while blogging about money.
In this final episode, I interview nine financial bloggers.
They answer the question, "Have you learned anything about money since blogging about money?"
Eric Rosenberg (Narrow Bridge Media)
Emily Guy ...
#199: Is tithing mandatory for Christians? Chris Brown and I discuss this to get to the root of the problem - which has little to do with ten percent.
Chris Brown has been a pastor for several years, speaking to congregations and audiences all over the United States.
He recently became on of Dave Ramsey's Speakers a...
#198: OG (aka The Other Guy from Stacking Benjamins) joins me to share the 8 Great Mistakes in Investing
The 8 Great Mistakes of Investing are:
Thanks to OG for coming over. Yo...
#197: Matt Ham is an author, speaker, and small business owner. Five words uttered by a nurse changed the way he looks at life - and inspired him to redefine rich.
Full notes with links at https://moneyplansos.com/matt-ham-has-redefined-rich/Takeaways from this interview:
It’s not how much you give - it’s how you give it (The Widow’s Mite)
We shouldn’t feel guilty to spend and, surprisingly enough, we feel richer when we give.
#196: Jon Stein from Betterment and I discuss robo-advisors, why Betterment is so different, and what it takes to open an account.
Use http://SteveStewart.me/Betterment to receive 30 days FEE FREE investing at Betterment
M.J. Cossel wrote in about an article she read in the Dalla...
Amy Robles wants to know how my new show will be different? What will make her want to listen?
I guess I first need to explain why I'm retiring MoneyPlan SOS.
I also share what is new and exciting about the new show - and you don't want to miss it!
#195: Do you know why stories of people with $.32 refund checks are in the news? Because they are so rare!
Most people want to get a big tax refund. Getting a huge refund is an extremely inefficient use of money - both for you and for the government.
I recommend adjusting your withholding so you can bring more money home and put it towards your goals:
Run a mid-year in...
#194: Although he has an entrepreneur’s heart, Ace doesn’t believe anybody should start their own business. It is much easier and profitable to buy an existing business, improve it, and sell it for a profit.
Find Ace at: http://acechapman.com
#193: Many people are being lured by the attractiveness of directing their own retirement plans. The trick is to do it right and have an asset, business, or income-producing entity that makes sense for YOUR retirement planning.
Kirk Chisholm is a Wealth Manager, Economist, & Principal at IAG. He is also an expert of investing in alternative investments in self-directed IRA / 401k.
Full notes at https://moneyplansos.com/what-you...
#192: Kai and I have something in common: We both left the comfort of a regular paycheck to focus on helping others with their personal finances.
In our conversation we discuss:
#191: Heather van der Hoop from ThePennyHoarder.com comes on the show to offer these suggestions for creating an income - and many of them involve stretching your boundaries as a teacher.
1. Teach English as a Second Language’
2. Teach Abroad
3. Sell Your Lesson Plans Online
4. Work at a Summer Camp
5. Drive for Uber, Lyft or Sidecar
6. Rent Out Your Driveway
7. Rent Extra Space in Your House
8. Become a Local Tour Guide
#190: Jason Hartman only wants mortgage debt - and he will take out as much as he possibly can.
Full show notes at https://moneyplansos.com/inflation-induced-debt-destruction-with-jason-hartman/
Jason Hartman has been investing since he was 20 years old and learned how inflation is the enemy of home equity but the golden goose of real estate income property owners (my words, not his).
We first have to understand how inflation pla...
#189: Are you a Pessimist or Opportunist? Take this quiz to find out!
Topics covered in this episode:
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#188: Leah Bell shares her story of growing $32k in student loan debt - and why it makes her angry!
July 1st: Get more out of your money by Spending Our Values http://MoneyPlanSOS.com/webinars
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In this episode:
Leah Bell, The Angry Grad, did what she thought everyone does: Goes to college to get a degree. What she di...
#187: An informed consumer is a better consumer. This episode will show how Credit Cards make money from processing fees.
I also give a few tips for reducing fees and a new way to send a friend money for free.
Full notes at https://moneyplansos.com/how-credit-cards-make-money/
Infographic with credit and debit card statistics:
How Counting Can Work Even When Budgets A...
#186: What could be better than taking a 30-day journey across the U.S. in a van?
Full notes at https://moneyplansos.com/being-phroogal-on-the-road-to-financial-wellness-mpsos186/
Jason Vitug from Phroogal is leaving for a 30 day journey throughout the U.S. to promote financial wellness. Visit http://Phroogal.com/Road to find a location near you
Also: Debit cards, auto-pay, bill-pay, and checks: There are multiple ways money can ...
#185: It's impossible to be immune to card fraud, but you can reduce the opportunities of being a victim.
In this episode I share steps you can take to use your Debit card responsibly and reduce the chance someone will steal your card.
More information and full show notes with links can be found at https://moneyplansos.com/protected-but-not-immune-from-card-theft/
#184: Identity theft is no joke - and it's on the rise! Should you pay for monitoring?
Keith Bunn of CavusFinancialCoaching.com compared four companies to see if their services are worth the cost.
Also in this episode:
#183: Dave Ramsey announced his new budgeting software - EveryDollar. It is awesome - and have many similar features to YNAB (You Need A Budget).
Which premium budgeting software is best for you? Let's compare the different features and methods to identify the right one for you.
Also: Holla from the Impala is changing. Listen to all the reasons you shouldn't buy a car from a long distance.
#182: Carl Richards was a ditch-digger, fell into a securities job, became a Certified Financial Planner, then became the Sketch Guy at the New York Times by drawing financial concepts on paper napkins.
He released his second book, the One Page Financial Plan, and shares with us his journey from ditch-digger to NYTimes writer.
For a more complete list of notes with pictures and links, go to https://moneyplansos.com/a-sketchy-back...