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The Money Guy Show | Investing, Tax, Estate, Retirement, Insurance, Spending, Saving, and Wealth Building Advice

Brian Preston and Bo Hanson, fee-only financial planners and wealth managers, go beyond common sense as they help you make smart financial decisions. Their professional credentials, sophisticated topics, and approachable style have attracted thousands fans and made them a personal finance phenomena. Learn more about Brian and Bo, read, listen, or watch the show, follow the blog, and connect directly to go beyond common sense at www.moneyguy.com.
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Jul 18, 2014
Brian and Bo pick up where they left off last week by detailing financial factors to consider when participating in the housing market. The guys even discuss some strategies and tools to utilize when reviewing non-mortgage, housing related expenses.
Jul 11, 2014
Have you been waiting to buy or sell a house? Are you tired of renting and have been waiting to purchase your dream home? Brian and Bo give you their thoughts on the housing market so you can make sense of the current housing environment. The guys first look at few explanations for the suppressed […]
Jun 27, 2014
Brian dives into what it takes to be successful in business, finances, and your career, and how that success relates to the risks you take. He covers the habits that seem to drive successful people to push the envelope, and how those are the people who are willing to take risks more often in order to accomplish their goals. He also discusses why people tend to take the easy road and settle for a life that they may only be content with.
Jun 13, 2014
A million dollars seems like such a magic number, but what does it take to get you there? It may be true that saving the first $100,000 is the hardest, but you have to start somewhere. This week Brian and Bo give you the basic steps necessary to becoming a millionaire by retirement age. The choice is yours, start early or start late...it can be done!!
May 30, 2014
Brian and Bo cover different strategies and steps to take when preparing for retirement and review features that are available in your 401k. The motivation for this show is two articles that finance blogger Dana Anspach recently released about 401k’s and other retirement accounts, 7 Things I Wish People Knew About 401k Plans, and 7 to-do’s before you turn 59.
May 16, 2014
Brian and Bo discuss the strategy behind asset location and give you a breakdown of their thoughts when designing investment portfolios. The guys give you the rundown on tax-efficiency and cover the three “pots” of money in the investing world 1) Taxable 2) Tax-Deferred 3) Tax Free.
May 2, 2014
The market downturn from 2007-2009 forced banks and other lending institutions to increase their lending standards for personal loans, as a result, peer-to-peer lending has found its footing. From this, Lending Club has jumped to the front of the market for these loans. Brian and Bo have been dabbling with the site over the past year, and in this show they give everyone a rundown of their experience over the past year.
Apr 18, 2014
Brian and Bo investigate identity theft protection, and credit monitoring industries, as well as provide you with alternative methods to identity security that is available. This week’s episode is a must-listen and a great resource to keep an eye on your credit score, report, and security.
Apr 4, 2014
The core of this week’s show is staying informed with your parent’s financial situation. Brian and Bo cover what you need to know and when it makes sense to discuss finances with your parents or children.
Mar 21, 2014
Brian and Bo share tips for saving money every month with a couple of phone calls. They stress being an advocate for your wallet by constantly looking for the best deals. This week we cover reducing your utility bills and explore resources online that allow you to compare the best prices for the services that you spend money on every month.
Mar 7, 2014
In this week’s show Brian and Bo analyze Warren Buffett’s annual Letter to Shareholders. It does not matter the market the conditions, he always has a simplistic view and understanding of investing and can relay that information in layman’s terms. Basically, Buffett's still got it.
Feb 21, 2014
In this episode Brian and Bo dig into the active vs passive argument. It seems like there is a constant battle among investors and advisors about their stance on active and passive management. Brian and Bo share their opinions and give a behind the scenes look of their investment philosophy.
Jan 31, 2014
The IRS started accepting tax returns January 31st so we thought it was best that we give you some tips when filing your return. We cover some topics that will hopefully make filing your 2013 taxes a little less stressful.
Jan 17, 2014
Brian and Bo cover homeowners insurance in this week’s podcast. The topic surfaced after Brian had a pipe burst in his home and experienced pretty significant water damage. The guys give you a rundown of what to expect during an insurance claim as well as the ins and outs of your homeowners insurance policy.
Jan 3, 2014
Happy New Year! We are starting the year out by giving you a ton of great advice. The theme of this show is to stick to what works. We are not going to try to re-invent the wheel, but rather explore what creates success and benchmark it. This week Brian and Bo cover some great financial concepts to implement in the New Year.
Dec 20, 2013
  This week we dig into charitable giving, it’s a perfect topic for this time of year. Brian and Bo cover donor advised funds as well as some cool tax tips. We also discuss our goals for 2014 and give you a sneak peak of what to expect from us in the coming year. Money-Guy […]
Dec 6, 2013
Brian’s recent birthday is the inspiration for this week’s podcast. He reflects on the defining moments in his life so far and shares his thoughts on the factors that determine your place in life, both financially, and emotionally. The two key issues that he felt were pressing to address in this podcast are: 1. Where should you be financially, and 2. Doing things in life that make you happy.
Nov 15, 2013
Brian and Bo share funny stories and financial lessons learned from their recent trip to Las Vegas. They cover everything from playing the odds to knowing how to get free and discounted incentives. If you’re planning a trip or vacation in the future this show is a must listen. Check below the show notes for a list of links to topics from this podcast like celebrity gamblers and the wizard of odds.
Nov 1, 2013
This week Brian summarizes the 2011 and 2012 Letter to Shareholders from Berkshire Hathaway. He notes that consistency is key when investing, especially during times of uncertainty. We also give you a rundown of the article: 10 ways to wipe out your retirement savings, by Dana Anspack, a fee-only advisor out of Arizona. Dana does a great job on each of her ten points, we feel like this is a must read for everyone.
Oct 18, 2013
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This week we analyze the Truths Financial Pro’s Won’t Tell article from the October issue of Consumer Reports and share our thoughts and perspectives with you about working with financial advisors. We also cover the humble story of NFL running back Alfred Morris and his first car.
Oct 4, 2013
This week we break down the car buying process to give you some helpful tips when purchasing or leasing a car. Over the years we have developed a system for helping clients buy cars we're giving you a behind the scenes peak at the Money-Guy's best practices for car purchases.
Sep 20, 2013
Everyone is in for a treat this week as we explore the way music relates to your finances. Brian dug through his iPod and iTunes to find a list of songs that solidify the advice we give on a daily basis. Another added bonus: The show notes this week are from Brian’s desk.
Sep 6, 2013
This week we look at the importance of saving early as well as evaluating your 401k and the investments inside it. Brian and Bo examine two articles: An Open Letter to Everyone Under 30, from The Motley Fool and How to Grow Your Savings, from Consumer Reports.
Aug 23, 2013
Brian and Bo take a detailed look at estate planning that will be helpful no matter what stage you are in financially. This topic affects everyone differently and the guys are here to give you some insight. From the basics to complex strategies, the Money-Guy covers the realm of estate planning in this show!
Aug 9, 2013
Brian and Bo evaluate an alternative way to borrow and lend money in this week’s show. They get into the nitty gritty of peer to peer lending, as well as, the real estate research website Zillow. Brian shares his personal experiences with peer to peer lending using the Lending Club website.
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