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A Frugal Athlete Podcast Network is an audio channel hosted by founder, Amobi Okugo. This podcast is meant to provide an insiders look into the financial playbooks of professional athletes, give insights on what it means to be a frugal athlete, and discuss topics regarding all things sports business Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/afrugalathlete/support
 
Controlling your spending is hard to do. On every episode of Frugal Friends, we'll try to help you gain a little more control on one aspect of the countless directions your money is being pulled toward through frugality and a few laughs. If you're trying to save money, spend less, adopt minimalism, pay off debt or reach financial independence, we think you'll like the show.
 
Welcome to the Frug Life, a podcast on Frugal living and business. There are a lot of business podcasts and a lot of frugal living podcasts, why does the world need another one? Well, I am tired of the same interview format podcast many of these programs take. So instead, I created a structured podcast where I can share my thoughts about Frugal living, the economy, and business. Also follow us at https://www.facebook.com/TheFrugLife Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefruglife/support
 
As a PhD (in training), you face unique money challenges that stem from your low stipend/salary during your years of graduate school and postdoc training. Listen here for the hard-won financial wisdom of your fellow graduate students, postdocs, and PhDs with Real Jobs. From budgeting and frugality to investing and debt repayment, this podcast is your higher education in personal finance.
 
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. 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 frugal life, he advocates side hustling and entrepreneurship to earn ext ...
 
Joshua J Sheats, MSFS, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CASL, CAP, RHU, REBC is a financial planner who teaches people how to live a rich life now while building a plan for financial freedom in 10 years or less. He mixes creative approaches to lifestyle design, deep-dive financial planning techniques, and hard-core business strategy to equip you with the knowledge and inspiration you need to build financial independence.
 
Helping you become financially independent by cutting your expenses and increasing your income to live life on your terms and spend more money on the things you love. Our show is the layman’s guide to simple personal finance, investing, taxes, frugal living, saving money, budgeting, entrepreneurship, freelancing, early retirement, financial freedom/independence, travel hacking, student loans, paying off debt, avoiding credit cards, real estate and life hacks. Sean is the author of The Early ...
 
The goal of Money Making Sense is to help you find more financial peace. Host Heather Kelly and guest experts focus on reviewing paychecks and analyzing family decisions. They also talk about vacationing on a budget, retirement savings on a limited income, reducing household expenses, the financial impact of owning a pet and how money affects relationships. Money Making Sense will give you practical ideas on how to improve your bottom line. Money Making Sense is a 2017, 2018 and 2020 People' ...
 
Valiant Growth is a podcast on personal development that empowers you to earn self-esteem, build amazing relationships and achieve freedom! Self improvement is a varied field, and topic choices reflect on that: from personal finances and productivity to relationships, the podcast provides actionable, in-depth strategies to build an amazing life.
 
The Club Thrifty "On Air" podcast is a short-form audio show dedicated to helping listeners earn more, save more, and travel for less. Hosted by personal finance and frugal travel expert Greg Johnson, the show brings you the very best of ClubThrifty.com. Once a week, we discuss various topics related to money and travel - including budgeting, travel planning, credit card rewards, earning extra money, getting out of debt, and more. Join us and learn how to manage your money more efficiently s ...
 
Hi, I'm Christine, aka YoungMommy. I'm the owner and author of From Dates to Diapers and beyond, but most proud of my job as MOM! Here at Mom-2-Mom, I will talk about mommy things, saving money, and how I plan to “live better” throughout the new year. I will also talk about sales, freebies, and happenings across the blogosphere. If you can think of it, I’ll probably talk about it! Join me weekly, on Tuesdays at 10am (PST), for laughs, great money saving tips, and an occasional appearance by ...
 
Join Pat the Shuffler and Dave from Strong Money Australia as they discuss how to reach Financial Independence and Retire Early (FIRE) in Australia. Learn to build a strong financial base of high savings and robust investments, so you can create your best life, and enjoy a happy early retirement.
 
Welcome to Purposely Curious! Join your host Mary as we bring you interviews and discussions on life's most curious topics. Our guests come from all walks of life with expertises, specialties, and life experiences as they open up and share their knowledge on life's most interesting curiousities.
 
Welcome to Waller's Wallet! This show is all about inspiring you to travel, and help you find ways to travel for less. We'll explore many options to help you save money while traveling, like credit card rewards, and award travel. Also to make your inner travel bug go crazy, we'll explore exciting destinations that will make you want to book your next trip now. After you subscribe, just sit back, relax, and enjoy!
 
Jamin and Wendy had six children in seven years. Even though they are both former school teachers, their two personalities are very different, and here they explore the differences and compromises that make their happy home. Wendy is an encouraging, optimistic, d-i-y, artsy stereotype of a kindergarten teacher. Jamin is practical, cynical, and contrary. Listen as they both share their perspectives in ridiculously candid fashion on homeschooling, family culture, housekeeping, and your questio ...
 
Join us as we chat with educators and technologists about how they’re taking a DIY approach to innovation inside and outside the classroom. Re-imagining teaching and learning practice through the power of Frugal Education. Whether it's taking advantage of free materials, bootstrapping new ideas with trailing-edge tech, or leveraging the latest gadgets in new and novel ways; the tools to innovate are all around you, hiding in plain sight.Leave your preconceptions at the door, take a deep brea ...
 
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I remember when I started my first job and HR asked me how much I wanted to contribute to my 401k. Late-teens me had no idea what a four-hundred-one "K" was. It took me a while to really understand what a 401k was, and then I discovered the Roth and Traditional IRA. There's some complexity to retirement accounts, but this episode will shed some lig…
 
In this episode of The Frugal Snobs Podcast, we discuss different means to grow your wallet as well as recent events including WrestleMania 37 week. We also review a few products, share a few stories, and talk about what's coming up in future episodes. Be sure to check us out at frugalsnobs.com, Support Us, and spread the word about the podcast and…
 
In this episode, we interview David Thomas. David Thomas joined Aon Private Risk Management as a consultant in November 2019 after eight years at Cornerstone Management, a boutique athlete representation agency. At Cornerstone, David recruited and managed hockey players across North America. He negotiated contracts for professional clients with tea…
 
Lisa Harrison of Mad Money Monster tells us how to execute a frugal reboot when old spending habits appear. Episode 1473: How To Execute A Frugal Reboot When Old Spending Habits Appear 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 a…
 
Kelley Long with Financial Finesse talks about how her attitude about money kept her poor. Episode 1495: How My Money Attitude was Keeping Me Poor by Kelley Long of FinancialFinesse After years in the financial services industry, Liz Davidson became disgusted with how many people were being sold financial products and services that were not in thei…
 
What major should I pick, which career should I pick? Should I go to college? I discuss all this, as well as a special musical appearance. Thank you Rocky Paterra for allowing me to use your song, I'm an accountant, and for Lindsay for financing and procuring the rights to the song, this episode would not be here without you! Want more Frugal Conte…
 
J.D. Roth with Get Rich Slowly shares myths and misconceptions about financial independence. This is part 3 of 3. Episode 1494: [Part 3] Myths and Misconceptions about Financial Independence and Early Retirement by J.D. Roth of GetRichSlowly J.D. Roth has been reading and writing about personal finance for a decade. Today he’s financially independe…
 
After discussing our recent covid vaccinations, we dive into a probably too-long vent about our pet peeves. Eventually, we get to the power moves that we recommend everyone strive for. Financial pet peeves that drive us crazy: Shaming others about their financial decisions. It’s personal finance. You can share what you’d do, but once someone else h…
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Dr. Lindy Ledohowski, a PhD in English, former tenure-track professor, and founder of the ed tech start-up EssayJack. Lindy describes the money mindset she developed as a college and graduate student while experiencing boom and bust cycles of income and budgeting for must-haves and investments in herself. Lindy nar…
 
Finding other uses for the things we throw away is smart. And when yo do that, you are being a good steward of what you’ve been given. The fact is that many people don’t understand that there are uses for common things we throw away like old or rancid oil, fruit peels and even used coffee grounds. Knowing these things is half the battle. Knowing ho…
 
J.D. Roth with Get Rich Slowly shares myths and misconceptions about financial independence. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1493: [Part 2] Myths and Misconceptions about Financial Independence and Early Retirement by J.D. Roth of GetRichSlowly J.D. Roth has been reading and writing about personal finance for a decade. Today he’s financially independe…
 
J.D. Roth with Get Rich Slowly shares myths and misconceptions about financial independence. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1492: [Part 1] Myths and Misconceptions about Financial Independence and Early Retirement by J.D. Roth of GetRichSlowly J.D. Roth has been reading and writing about personal finance for a decade. Today he’s financially independe…
 
Whether your stock portfolio is worth $1,000 or $1 million, tracking its performance is key to successful investing. A great stock market tracking app will help you investigate ideas and put your portfolio into the context of the overall market. Whether you’re a beginning investor or an investor with decades of experience, stock market tracking app…
 
Diania Merriam answers two listener questions about short-term savings and financially supporting loved ones. Episode 1491: Q&A with Diania Merriam - Where Should I Keep Short-Term Savings & Financially Supporting Loved Ones You’re probably overpaying on car and home insurance. See how much Gabi can save you. It’s totally free to check and there’s …
 
Chris Reining provides his three year update, sharing five thoughts on financial freedom. Episode 1490: 5 Thoughts on Financial Freedom (My 3 Year Update) by Chris Reining on Early Retirement and Security Chris Reining is an investor, writer, and avid student of life. He shares how to build wealth and reach financial freedom on his website ChrisRei…
 
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The tax deadline is almost here! Although it might not be the most enjoyable financial task, it's a necessary obligation that we each undertake every year. The IRS recently announced that Tax Day has been extended for 2021 to May 17th for individual taxpayers. As we get down to the wire on the deadline, there are a couple of tips that can help you …
 
ESI of ESI Money encourages you to reflect on your money milestones and what it will take to hit them. Episode 1489: What are Your Money Milestones by ESI on Financial Strategies and Wealth ESI Money is written by "ESI", a 50-something retiree. The site is basically a list of what's allowed him to become financially independent and how you can impl…
 
Find out why collecting dolls is better than taking pills to relieve stress according to Disney expert, Joel Magee. The toy appraiser from History Channel's Pawn Stars joins host Heather Kelly to discuss toys. HINT: If you have Harry Potter memorabelia, make sure to hang on to it until you're about 45-years of age to get the best price if you sell …
 
Is it better to buy a home or rent? The topic is debated often in the personal finance community. While I tend to lean towards the buying side of the equation, my guest this week makes a strong argument for the flexibility of renting. Gwen Merz is a 30-year old Millennial and founder of the blog, Fiery Millennials. A few years ago, Gwen tried her h…
 
On this Episode of Purposely Curious I sit down and talk to Beth Gross of Feel Better Fitness. Beth has trained me with HIIT and TRX exercises in the past which were exercises I had never done before but grew to love. She shares her journey and her knowledge of the fitness world with us. We discuss different types of fitness and touch on nutrition …
 
Brad with Budgets Are Sexy shares financial advice from the in-flight safety handbook. Episode 1488: Financial Advice From the In-Flight Safety Handbook by Brad with BudgetsAreSexy J. Money is a 6’1, hyperactive, rock a ‘hawk who loves drinking beer, blaring hip-hop, talking about money, and now playing with his two adorable baby boys. He tracked h…
 
In this episode we explore the idea of semi-retirement, or semi-FI. This can give you a lot of the benefits of FIRE in a shorter amount of time. We think semi-retirement is a hugely underappreciated approach. Here, we discuss the benefits and the trade-offs to help you consider whether it's right for you. Discussion points... What is semi-retiremen…
 
There are many ways to interpret where you stand financially. But what if your goal is Financial Independence? Where do you stand? Where are you headed? And where have you come from? Early Retirement is a lot easier to understand when you have a roadmap to guide you there! Follow Frugal Noodle wherever you wish! The music in this episode was produc…
 
Why is saving for college so complicated? There are several different types of college savings plans, including 529 college savings plans, prepaid tuition plans, Coverdell Education Savings Accounts, and Child Savings Accounts (CSA). There are also non-education savings accounts, such as a Roth IRA. Choosing among the many options presents parents …
 
Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully talks about setting new financial goals. Episode 1487: Financial Reset: Setting New Financial Goals by Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully Andrea Joy is the creator of Saving Joyfully, a personal finance and frugality blog emphasizing joyful living. On her website, savingjoyfully.com, she offers inspiration and resources for…
 
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