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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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Investing is quite simple. If you go by historical data, and you invest in the stock market consistently over your working life, you will gain a significant amount of wealth. So why don’t more people follow this model of success? In this episode of GMR, we discuss the investor’s risk tolerance and why following the news will not help you to reach your investment goals.
To build significant wealth, you have to invest. Whether you're trying to be better prepared for the future or grow wealth to make a more substantial impact in the world, without leveraging the power of investing, it's unlikely you'll achieve your goal. In this episode of GMR, we'll examine the four primary areas you should be investing in.
Technology is wonderful! You can connect with anyone anywhere in the world through your smartphone or computer. Unfortunately, that same wonderful technology can be used against you, to scam you out of your hard-earned money. On this episode of GMR, we explore types of financial scams that you need to be aware of to stay financially protected.
Buying a house, especially your first or your dream house is exciting. That is until you get hit with all the fees and costs of purchasing that house. Closing costs are numerous, and they are confusing. On this episode of GMR, we break down closing costs so you can be informed and prepared to buy your next house.
Buying your first home can be exciting! But there’s also a lot about home ownership you may not know; the kind of things that can save you money. On this episode of GMR we talk about what homestead exemptions is and what you need to know about them. We also discuss ways to ensure you’re not paying more than you should on property taxes.
Budgeting is not a one size fits all. We are all different in so many ways that trying to find one way of managing money that everyone can use is, well, impossible. In this episode of GMR, David and I get personal about how we manage our budgets in hopes that you will understand the basics and build and run a budget that works for you.
Everyone wants to know the secret to financial freedom. You can’t get through a single day without seeing something on the news or social media about it. On this episode of GMR, we’ll introduce you to the on thing, the Financial Superpower that will get you there. And guess what? Anyone can do it!
Financially Independent, Retire Early (FIRE) is a movement that started more than 27 years ago. It’s an interesting approach to retirement, but is it a sound retirement plan, and more importantly, is it right for you? In this episode of GMR, we’ll explore this growing movement and what if any aspects of it might benefit you.
With the average price of cars continuing to rise, leasing has become more popular in recent years, especially for luxury brands. But, is leasing really a less expensive way to drive? In this episode of Getting Money Right, you'll learn everything there is to know about leasing to help you decide which is best for you, leasing or buying.
Marketing is BIG business and it’s EVERYWHERE! Whether you’re checking your media feed, doing your online banking, or driving down the street, you’re being influenced by marketing. On this episode of GMR well share ways marketing pushes you to spend beyond what’s good for you and what you can do to overcome their influence.
Student Loan debt is now at 1.6 trillion dollars, a figure that has tripled since 2005. To understand the magnitude of this number, consider that credit card debt is only 1 trillion dollars. For those with student loans this crisis is all too real, but this predicament may soon impact many without student loan debt.