Ready to side hustle? Here are some simple side hustles you can use to start diversifying your income streams.
We chat about credit cards and reveal some secrets.
We answer a listener question from Bond - "How much should I save and is it before or after taxes?" We discuss exceptional savers in this episode.
We answer one of the most popular questions we get - how much do you actually need to retire. Hint: It might be less than you think.
How to make faster decisions, be happier, and more successful. We discuss hedonistic adaptation.
Research shows that it hurts 2x more to lose than it does feel good to win. How to use this to your advantage.
WTF? Yeah, it's on the way. We discuss whether a $1,400 iPhone is worth it.
IRA Conversion Ladders are a great money hack. Check out how you can use them effectively.
Why cash flow is so essential, why it gets tougher as you make more money, and how to manage it.
We review one of our favorite entrepreneurship books, The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
It's widely believed that it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert, but here's how to do it much faster. It's not what you think.
We answer a reader question and discuss the pros/cons of target date retirement funds.
Making more money almost always comes down to this one thing.
Today's announcement features a big announcement. We're excited to be providing some killer content via podcasts, videos, free courses, etc. over the next 9 months. Here's what we're talking about...
Financial Freedom can be gained in stages, specifically five of them altogether. If you are on the path to early retirement or just getting started learning about money, either way, check it out to see which Financial Freedom stage you are in.
Automatic Savings is easier said than done so Grant and Matt walk through their best habits and recap the strategies put into action. See if you can copy an approach or two in your own lives to save money.
In this bonus episode, we interview Dan and Nick, the brother co-founders of ChangEd, an app that rounds up your purchases to pay off your student loans. If you have student loans you should definitely check it out.
Fresh off the experience of buying his first home, Matt shares some of the pitfalls he avoided and lessons learned in the experience. Grant offers up his take on what works and doesn't in the homebuying game.
We talk a lot about the 80/20 but here we dive into the biggest examples we find. The first is the lollapalooza effect and the second is strategy. We dive into more on what produces the vast majority of our results for only 20% of the effort.
We tackle the recently discussed topic of which is MORE important: increasing our income or reducing our spend. We tackle how frugality has a limited upside but is essential to avoid future income from being overspent. Plus why increasing income is our answer today.