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Remember that class where they taught us how to handle the money? Neither do I. Creator and Award-Winning Blogger, Chris Peach of Money Peach, shows you exactly how to HAPPEN TO YOUR MONEY instead of your money happening to you. This is the show where you will actually learn something that you can take with you and implement right away. It’s about showing you the STEP-BY-STEP, COMMON-SENSE, and sometimes the in-you-face reality check, when it comes to BUDGETING, PAYING OFF DEBT, SAVING MONEY, BUILDING WEALTH, and all the little tips, tricks, and ideas along the way. Want the plan to get started with your life and money? Grab the free budget here: http://www.moneypeach.com/freebudget

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Remember that class where they taught us how to handle the money? Neither do I. Creator and Award-Winning Blogger, Chris Peach of Money Peach, shows you exactly how to HAPPEN TO YOUR MONEY instead of your money happening to you. This is the show where you will actually learn something that you can take with you and implement right away. It’s about showing you the STEP-BY-STEP, COMMON-SENSE, and sometimes the in-you-face reality check, when it comes to BUDGETING, PAYING OFF DEBT, SAVING MONEY, BUILDING WEALTH, and all the little tips, tricks, and ideas along the way. Want the plan to get started with your life and money? Grab the free budget here: http://www.moneypeach.com/freebudget

    Financial Independence in Her 30s with Diania Merriam

    Financial Independence in Her 30s with Diania Merriam

    Diania Merriam is on the show today to share her story of reaching financial independence in her 30s.
    After living in New York City in her 20s and racking up $30k in debt, Diania decided enough was enough and it was time to change her mindset about money.
    What would it be like to reach financial independence? 
    After making the choice to turn away from her old financial habits, Diania shares how she reached financial independence in her 30s.
    She shares how she:
    Changed her belief about money and consumerism How she paid off $30k in 11 months How she saves 60% of her income! Taking a 2 month sabatical and to backpack 500 miles through Spain Starting her own conference for like-minded people Diania is also the founder of the EconoME Conference , a conference in Cincinnati each year where like-minded people get together to share their new found beliefs around financial independence, financial freedom, and early retirement.
    BONUS: Use Promo Code "MONEYPEACH" to get a nice little discount on ticket prices to conference.
    Even if you have no desire to attend the conference (which I will be attending and I would love to see you there), you'll still want to listen to Dania's story and how she dispells the myths about reaching financial independence.
    Mentioned in this episode
    The EconoME Conference Diania's YouTube Video Making Her Last Debt Payment The Motley Fool **
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    Today's show was brought to you by OneAZ Credit Union — my very own credit union I have been proud a member of since 2011. 
    If you live in Arizona and are looking for a large credit union with a local, customer-focused feel for your personal or business banking needs, look no further than OneAZ Credit Union.
    All the show notes, links and anything I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session163

    • 33 min
    How Does a HELOC Work and Is It Right for Me?

    How Does a HELOC Work and Is It Right for Me?

    A home equity line of credit, or a HELOC, is a revolving line of credit that is guaranteed by the equity in your home. The line of credit is actually a second mortgage on your home giving you access to a revolving credit line you can borrow from as needed.
    Very similar to a credit card, a HELOC offers a line of credit at a much lower interest rate because your home is used as the collateral for the loan.
    The amount you can borrow is based on the equity in your home, which is equal to the value of the home minus the amount you owe on your primary mortgage. If your home is paid off, then the HELOC becomes the first position mortgage on your home.
    A HELOC can be used for things like home improvemetns, emergency funds, large down payments on second properties, investment opportunities, or even a way to pay down debt faster.
    In the episode, I will break down:
    How a HELOC works How the interest is calculated Draw period versus repayment period How to apply fora HELOC When a HELOC is not a good plan If you have ever wondered about opening a home equity line of credit, this is the perfect episode for you.
    Mentioned in this episode
    The Motley Fool **
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    Today's show was brought to you by OneAZ Credit Union — my very own credit union I have been proud a member of since 2011. 
    If you live in Arizona and are looking for a large credit union with a local, customer-focused feel for your personal or business banking needs, look no further than OneAZ Credit Union.
    All the show notes, links and anything I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session162

    • 30 min
    How Does the 50/30/20 Budget Really Work?

    How Does the 50/30/20 Budget Really Work?

    The 50/30/20 Budget may be the easiest budget you will find. It's simple, straight-forward and it only takes a few minutes to set up.
    If you are someone who is overwhelmed with the idea of creating a budget or you just don't like all the math involved with a monthly budget, the the 50/30/20 Budget is for you.
    Mentioned in this episode
    👉 Your Free Budget Download
    50/30/20 Budget Method Sinking Funds The Motley Fool Stock Advisor **
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    Today's show was brought to you by OneAZ Credit Union — my very own credit union I have been proud a member of since 2011. 
    If you live in Arizona and are looking for a large credit union with a local, customer-focused feel for your personal or business banking needs, look no further than OneAZ Credit Union.
    All the show notes, links and anything I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session161
     
    👉 Download Your Free Budget Template Here (DON'T SKIP THIS!)

    • 17 min
    The Most Important Part of Your Money You Aren't Doing Right

    The Most Important Part of Your Money You Aren't Doing Right

    What is the absolute most important piece of everyone's financial plan?
     
    In today's show I am going break something EVERYONE must have in place, why it's so important and I'll even be giving you a sweet BONUS at the end of the show that you will NOT want to miss.
     
    Okay, so what is it Peach...what is the most important part of any financial plan?
     
    Whether you're 21-year-old single student, a married couple in your 30s, or soon-to-be empty nesters....what is THE most important piece of any solid financial plan for every age group or season of life?
     
    Is it getting on a budget and telling your money where to go before you actually spend it? Important...but not the MOST important.
     
    Is it getting rid of your debt and staying out of debt?? Also super important...but still not #1.
     
    Or is it setting aside money for building wealth and retirement? Wow, this is also important but still not the MOST important.
     
    So if it's not getting on a plan, saving money, paying off debt and building wealth...then which is it?
     
    This may surprise you, but here it is: Life Insurance
     
    I know - life insurance is one of the most unsexy things in the entire personal finance world. But let me share with you a story of why it is the most important part of your financial plan.
     
    Mentioned in this episode
    Policy Genius Episode 61 with Brain Cancer Survivor **
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    Today's show was brought to you by OneAZ Credit Union — my very own credit union I have been proud a member of since 2011. 
    If you live in Arizona and are looking for a large credit union with a local, customer-focused feel for your personal or business banking needs, look no further than OneAZ Credit Union.
    All the show notes, links and anything I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session160
     
    👉 Get Free Term Life Quote Here (PLEASE DON'T SKIP THIS!)

    • 34 min
    Should I Buy a New Car? (The REAL Costs Broken Down)

    Should I Buy a New Car? (The REAL Costs Broken Down)

    Should I buy a new car or not? Well, I'll be completely honest with you - I LOVE the look of new cars BUT I haven't owned a new car in 15 years.
     
    Why? Well, I'm going to break down the new car purchase so you understand ALL that goes with it and I'm also going to show you a little trick so you NEVER have to take out a car payment again!
     
     
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    Mentioned in this episode
    The Motley Fool  
    Download Your Free Budget Templates Here  
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    Thanks so much for listening to the show and if you feel the content of this podcast was helpful, please subscribe and leave a review!
    **
    Today's show was brought to you by OneAZ Credit Union — my very own credit union I have been proud a member of since 2011. 
    If you live in Arizona and are looking for a large credit union with a local, customer-focused feel for your personal or business banking needs, look no further than OneAZ Credit Union.
    All the show notes, links and anything I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session159

    • 27 min
    How to Finally STOP Living Paycheck to Paycheck

    How to Finally STOP Living Paycheck to Paycheck

    On the show today I am answering the question: How do I possibly save money when I'm living paycheck to paycheck, I have debt, and no matter how hard I try...I just can't save any freaking money!? I definitely have a thing or two to say about it AND at the end of the episode you will have plan a free tool to help you create your own solution to what seems to be a never-ending problem.
     
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    Mentioned in this episode
    Download Free Budget Templates Here **
    Thanks so much for listening to the show and if you feel the content of this podcast was helpful, please subscribe and leave a review!
    **
    Today's show was brought to you by OneAZ Credit Union — my very own credit union I have been proud a member of since 2011. 
    If you live in Arizona and are looking for a large credit union with a local, customer-focused feel for your personal or business banking needs, look no further than OneAZ Credit Union.
    All the show notes, links and anything I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session158
     
    **Download Free Budget Template Here

    • 17 min

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