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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 … Continue reading “Finding Love When Pursuing Financial Independence – with Gwen Merz and Erik Tozier”
$1.5 Trillion … That is how much Americans owe in student loans. This truly disgusting situation is holding back Americans from being the best they can be. How can we solve this national crisis that is affecting 44 million people? My guest today is dedicating himself to answering this question. Adam Carroll is an author, keynote … Continue reading “How $1.5 Trillion of Student Debt is Affecting the US – with Adam Carroll”
Our question of the month comes in from Whitney from California: Andy, I’ve been enjoying your show for the past few months. Your message of financial empowerment is really motivating me lately to clean up my family’s debt and grow our wealth. I have a question that I think could be fun for you and … Continue reading “How Do I Become a Millionaire in My 30’s?”
One fall night in 2010, my wife Nicole and I were watching the Suze Orman Show. (Yes, I used to DVR it). There was this fun segment where someone would call in and Suze would analyze that person’s financial health and give them a grade. It was called How Am I Doing? One term that … Continue reading “How to Increase Your Net Worth by $700,000 in 7 Years”
On one fine summer day in 2011, I was zipping around on my new moped headed to the local Rite Aid. I had an incredibly important purchase I was about to make. After breezing through the sliding doors, I headed straight back to the pharmacy area. I was beaming. I was grinning ear-to-ear. Given my … Continue reading “How Fatherhood Sparked My Desire For Financial Freedom”
During late 2013 while I was traveling out-of-town for work, my wife Nicole found our “forever house”. This home had everything she was looking for including an attached garage, open floor plan, updated kitchen, walk-in closet and a big backyard on a half-acre lot. She told me that this was THE ONE and as soon as I … Continue reading “15-Year Mortgage Paid Off in 5 Years”