A personal finance podcast where Nate and Danielle discuss their budget, money making decisions, retirement, and other household money issues.
Ep. 70: Student Debt, Retirement, and Focus
Nate and Danielle answer three listener questions ranging from student debt, to retirement, to personal budgets.
Ep. 69: Nate's Passive Income
Nate discusses the ways that he earns passive income, or money that he makes while not actively working. He goes over how he started, how much he has made, and how to share you expertise to earn money.
Ep. 68: Our Big Purchase
Nate and Danielle discuss their big purchase. They review how and why they did it along with how it impacts their budget. They also discuss the balance of being frugal and enjoying life.
Ep. 67: Where have we been and what happened to our budget?
Nate and Danielle discuss what's been going on in their lives over the past three months and how working from home full time along with being a parent has impacted them. They explore the changes to their budget in lockdown and explain how they have approached this uneasy time.
We will be back shortly
New Episodes Returning June 12th, 2020
Episode 66: Our Investments in These Trying Times
Nate and Danielle discuss how recent global issues and the stock market have impacted their investment strategy. They also look at how the events of late shape their future goals.
Sensible, doable advice with a great understanding of everyday challenges.
You Have Got to be Kidding
A Tesla? Really? I want it?! What?!! What are you thinking? Debt, debt, debt:( Increased insurance cost?! You need to listen to Dave Ramsey. Debt is dumb. You need a face punch from Mr. Money Mustache. Check out his blog. You need J L. Collins' book, "The Simple Path to Wealth". Money can buy many things, but nothing is more important than your financial freedom! Nate you need to listen to your wife. I wish you all the love in the world. Hug your baby. And wake up.
I have been listening to the podcast since right after Christmas 19’! I have started taking record of what I spend for the month of Jan. So February I can see where I need to cut back and have a budget. This advice has helped me understand things more. Keep up the good work, helping people each day. Xoxo