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The dating scene can be rough when you’re financially conscious. Your priorities of saving and investing might be the complete opposite of your potential date’s priorities of spending and living for today.
As a wise man once said though, there are plenty of fish in the sea. If you keep at it, you’ll find your match.
I’ve invited two guests on the show today that know all about love and money. Gwen Merz and Erik Tozier found each other one year ago based on their love of financial independence and personal finance. These two personal finance gurus have combined their money superpowers and become a stellar couple.
What are we covering?
Erik, Gwen and I chat about:
- How this frugal young couple came together
- The previous relationships and why they didn’t work out
- Their opinion on prenuptial agreements and engagements ring prices
As personal finance bloggers and podcasters, Gwen and Erik share a love for truly helping people reach a better financial standing. Join us today to see how financial independence has inspired them individually and now as a couple.
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About Our Guest: Gwen Merz
Gwen recently left Corporate America after growing her net worth to over $200,000 by the time she turned 27. Gwen has a rental property, and now is working on growing her podcast, The FIRE Drill Podcast, and blog, Fiery Millennials to continue to reach and influence many individuals and couples on the way to financial independence. In addition to these pursuits, she is working on an Etsy shop combining selling stained glass designs and physical stained glass creations to grow her income for the future.
About Our Guest: Erik Tozier
Money Master of the Week
David from Minneapolis paid off $52,000 of student debt in 13 months!
He and his wife Ally partnered together and CRUSHED this student debt. In a time where the student debt in our country is crippling the financial growth of 44 million Americans, David and Ally said: “We’ll just clean ours up RIGHT NOW”.
Ally worked after school at night, they decreased the food budget and the eating out budget … and they tracked everything.
And now, David and Ally want to help other couples win like they have. Check them out at Wealthy Weds and who knows, you might just have a debt-free and wealthy relationship like they do.
David from the Minneapolis is our Money Master of the Week!
- First name
- Your recent big win
- How you did it
- Your plans for the future
Your story will inspire others to save more, make more and plan for their family’s future.
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Gwen merz’s Resources
Blog: Fiery Millennials
Podcast: FIRE Drill Podcast
Recommended Book: The Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins
Erik tozier’S RESOURCES
Blog & Podcast: The Mastermind Within
MKM PODCAST RESOURCES
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Young Family Wealth Playbook (FREE): 7-Steps to Solidifying Your Family’s Future Wealth
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Carpe Diem Quote
“One day, someone will walk into your life and make you see why it never worked out with anyone else.”
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