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WITH LEO SABO AND DAVID THOMPSON
We have a deep desire to educate people to manage their money successfully. Our reason is simple, lack of financial education is the leading cause of financial stress, worry over money, and an unfulfilled life. We want to change that! Getting Money Right will teach and inspire you to do better in your finances through practical wisdom and effective resources, so that you can be freed-up to pursue your true life's purpose.
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Having a budget is foundational to financial success. However, just having one doesn’t automatically make you financially successful. You must know how to use it to achieve success. On this podcast we discuss our many years of personal budgeting experience to help you gain insight into what will make your budget more successful.
We make financial decisions every day. Some of our decisions are complicated and can have long term ramifications. That’s why it’s so crucial to understand the process you go through in making financial decisions so that you can make the best decision for you and your wallet. On this episode, we discuss the challenges, shortcuts, and solutions to making good financial decisions.
Your identity, especially your financial identity, is something you have to keep safe. In this information age most of your personal information is stored digitally, which means there’s an increasing risk that the wrong people will gain access to it. What you do to protect your information can either make you vulnerable or safe. In this episode we share ways you can keep your identity safe, including a new law that makes it much easier for you to ensure identity theft doesn’t happen to you.
We love the start of a New Year because in a literal sense it closes one door, the year past, and opens another door, the year ahead. With a new year comes new possibility and new endeavors. We always feel hopeful and enthusiastic about a new year because it means we can pursue new things or improve on the old ones. In this episode, we share our thoughts and ideas for how you can make 2019 a success and achieve even more financially and personally.
We hear a lot about the economy and how it’s fluctuating and impacting our buying choices, but what do you really know how economics are really affecting your personal finances? In this second episode we continue discussing certain economic terms and phrases that have a significant impact in the way we make financial decisions. Having the knowledge and insight into these terms and phrases will help you better manage your own personal finances.
We hear a lot about the economy and how it’s fluctuating and impacting our buying power, but do you really understand how economics is affecting your personal finances? In this episode we discuss certain economic terms that have a significant impact in the way we think and make financial decisions. Having knowledge and insight about these terms will help you better manage your finances.
Living a happy and satisfying life is the pursuit of most people. We all want a good lifestyle. However, choosing the wrong lifestyle for you can have significant financial consequences. On this episode we look at two couples who chose slightly different lifestyles, even though they made the same income, and then compare their financial position after 10 and 30 years. The difference will surprise you!
No one plans to die! In fact, most of us rarely consider it even though each of us will one day pass on. Perhaps that’s why most people don’t have a plan for what will happen after they die. On this episode of Getting Money Right, we continue our conversation with Dawn Pruchniak, whose husband died unexpectedly, leaving Dawn with the difficult task of having to navigate through all the financial affairs that followed. Through her story and the book she’s written, you will learn what it takes to get your own affairs in order so that you and your loved ones will be prepared for the future.
No one plans to die! In fact, most of us rarely consider it even though each of us will one day pass on. Perhaps that’s why most people don’t have a plan for what will happen after they die. On this episode of Getting Money Right, we speak with Dawn Pruchniak, whose husband died unexpectedly, leaving Dawn with the difficult task of having to navigate through all the financial affairs that followed. Through her story and the book she’s written, you will learn what it takes to get your own affairs in order so that you and your loved ones will be prepared for the future.
Communication is the foundation of every relationship. In this episode, we are talking with Jeff Tippett, an author, and an expert in persuasive communication. Jeff is passionate about helping people improve their communication. Few subjects are more difficult to communicate about than money. Learning how to work together, avoid manipulation and find agreement, will not only improve your finances but your relationship.
The path to reaching financial freedom is to build enough wealth to produce enough income so that you no longer have to work to provide for all your needs. On this episode of Getting Money Right, we break down a few key wealth indicators that you can use to ensure you reach your own financial independence.
Today, regardless of where you live, there’s a good chance you need a vehicle to get to where you’re going. Therefore, auto insurance is something that you need to understand, because the cost can be significant, especially in the long term. On this episode we break down auto insurance so you are better prepared next time your policy needs renewing.
Managing our money to ensure financial well-being and a secure retirement is important to all of us. On today’s episode we’re talking with Darryl Lyons. He’s an author, a personal finance expert, and an ambitious entrepreneur. Darryl’s San Antonio, Texas company PAX Financial Group is an Inc 5000 “Fastest Growing Company” and a “Best Place to Work.” His work and his passion have allowed Darryl to give back to his community. Darryl’s latest mission is to help redefine retirement where we no longer think of retiring but rather pivot into the next chapter of life with purpose.