How to Become a Millionaire in your 30’s – Interview 11 (Intentional)

When you truly become intentional about your actions, there’s little you can’t accomplish.

The next member of the Young Millionaire’s Club is walking, talking proof that good things come to the intentional.

Juan from A Journey to FI joins me today to discuss how taking some short-term sacrifices in his life lead to some long-term financial wins for his family. At a $1.3 million net worth in his late 30’s, Juan is charging toward financial independence and not stopping to look back.

Let’s welcome Juan!

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It’s Time To Become a Financial Grownup – with Bobbi Rebell

There comes a time in our lives when we’re ready to take control of our finances. Perhaps we’re sick and tired of our mountain of student loans or our pitiful savings account.

Maybe we’re finally ready to invest for our retirement …

But where do we begin? There are so many things to do and we’re WAY behind!

Have no fear my friends … I’ve invited CFP and Personal Finance Author Bobbi Rebell on the show to share how we can all become Financial Grownups starting today.

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5 Steps to Getting on the Same Financial Page as your Spouse

We all have individual passions in our lives. Sometimes our interests don’t always gel with our spouse’s interests.

You might be really into brewing beer as a hobby, but your wife … not so much. She prefers photography. It’s all good though. Both of you respect each other, you do your own thing and you’re happy.

When it comes to our finances in marriage, that can be a whole different story. This is an area where teamwork, collaboration and partnership is required to be truly successful. Going off and “doing your own thing” when your money, future and retirement are at stake can be a recipe for disaster.

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Budget Your Way to Financial Freedom in 5 Steps

When my wife Nicole and I started our marriage, we were $60,000 in debt and spending money like it was our full-time job.  I, for one, had no issue going on vacations, driving cars and updating our home all on credit.

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