If you're able to save more than 25% of your income for retirement, should you? Or should you stop saving once you reach 25%? And how does having a pension affect your savings rate?
We'll walk you through these questions and more in today's Q&A episode!
After a few months of anticipation, we got a package from YouTube last week - and we want to open it with you!
After we unveil our first ever YouTube award, we'll do what we do best - answer your financial questions live from the chat.
Wealth creation is surprisingly simple. You need discipline, money, and time. So why do so many Americans miss the mark when it comes to personal finance? The 10 stats in this episode are simple, real world reminders of how powerful a few small financial decisions can be. Keep these powerful stats top of mind to help you stay grounded, motivated, and on track to build wealth.
It's confession time. We want you to be fully ready when you take the leap and make a big home purchase. After several months of being a new home owner, we grilled Producer Rebie on what surprised her and what she WISHED she knew before making this big purchase.
40% of Americans are considering quitting their jobs in 2021. Why is this happening? Let's discuss how to tell when it's time to find a new job or change careers. We'll offer some practical self-assessment tools, along with tips on how to stand out from the crowd when applying to a new job. Get honest advice from two guys who have been on the other side of the hiring process a lot over the past few years!
For more information, visit: https://www.moneyguy.com/2021/07/40-percent-of-americans-are-quitting-their-jobs/
Gamestop, AMC, and other "meme stocks" have blown up in 2021 - so what does that mean for your investing strategy?
We'll walk you through that question and more in this week's Q&A episode!
You would think money at a young age would mean financial success. So, why do so many young, professional athletes end up in financial trouble? Turns out, they fall into the same common traps that derail the average Joe's finances everyday. Let's break down how you can avoid these mistakes!
We get this question all the time - "How do I start saving and investing money for my kids?" So what accounts should you set up for your children, and how do you get started?
We'll walk you through these questions and more in this week's Q&A episode!
This isn't your average FIRE (Financially Independent/Retire Early) show. If you want to know exactly what it takes to be financially independent and retire early, this is your deep dive. We do the math on how much you need to save or already have saved at your age in order to retire early successfully. We always shoot straight with you, sharing both the encouragement and reality check you need to hear.