The Financial Wellness Show is here to help improve the health and wealth of your money. This show is for anyone wanting to take simple, actionable steps towards making their money go farther and to accumulate more wealth for their future.
The most respected Financial Coaches and subject-matter guests discuss various topics from spending, saving, retirement, and making wise purchases. Oh, and we show you how to get out of debt too.
To contact a coach visit http://FinancialWellnessShow.com/FindACoach
Wise Wedding Decisions and the Chocolate Fountain Fail
Are you picking the RIGHT services for your wedding, ones that will help build memories and not regret?
Coach Hal and I discuss spending money on the RIGHT things for a wedding, not things that don't really matter to the success of your big day (or your child's big day).
For more details, including online wedding budget tools, visit http://FinancialWellnessShow.com/38
How To Live On The Draw - Making The Most Of a Salesman's Payday
What is it like to live on a draw? Coach Carl explains how it works and how to be prepared for dry spells when a salesperson won't make enough to cover their draw on commission. For more information, visit http://financialwellnessshow.com/37
Remarried With Kids: How 4 Become 1
How does a house divided join forces with new spouses and new
extended family members? Justin and Jessica tell their story of
bringing 4 adults together for the good of their children.
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When and Where to go for Scholarships - FWS035
Teens should be applying for scholarships from 9th grade through college, according to Coach Christine. In this episode she brings us a wealth of knowledge for where to find scholarships and how to win them.
For more information or one-on-one coaching, visit http://FinancialWellnessShow.com/35
Should I Escrow My Own Mortgage Insurance and Taxes?
Would you be better off earning interest than letting the bank hold your money?
Today we speak with Financial Wellness Coach Bill to discuss:
What is Escrow?
Are escrow accounts mandatory?
What are the advantages of having an escrow account through your mortgage lender?
Is it more financially efficient to escrow my taxes and insurance than to not?
Can I create an escrow account with someone other than my lender?
What are the disadvantages or things we need to be aware of if we don’t hold escrow through our mortgage lender?
What happens after I pay off my house? Do I still send my bank escrow money?
For show notes or to work with us: http://FinancialWellnessShow.com/34
TSP Retirement Plans for U.S. Miliatry and Federal Employees
What is a TSP?
Thrift Savings Plan, the Federal Government’s Retirement Plan available to Federal Employees and members of the military
It consists of few options but has extremely low costs:
G Fund = Government Securities
F Fund = Fixed Income
C Fund = Common Stock
S Fund = Small Capitalization Stock
I Fund = International
L Funds = Lifecycle Funds (adjusts automatically into safer investments based on the date you plan to retire)
Coach Carl explains the benefits and differences of a TSP for U.S. Military and Federal Employees.
Full show notes at http://financialwellnessshow.com/33
Needed this podcast
So…not to sound like a complete fan-girl, but I learned more from 2 episodes of this podcast than I did from the $400 worth of coaching I purchased elsewhere a few months ago. What I really like about this show is that it gets straight to brass tacks: yes, they discuss mindset, but there’s no time wasted in giving actual tangible action steps, which I know people desperately need.
Thank you so much for this show—and I’m so glad that a friend clued me into this, because I definitely subscribed and am looking forward to also checking out the coaching programs for a deeper dive.
What an awesome show!
This show hits all the right notes! It's fun, entertaining, and full of great actionable content! Content that is presented in an easy to understand way.
Really, really, no, really good.
Keep up the good work, I'll be listening.
Enjoyable and Insightful!
Steve Stewart does it again. Just like MoneyPlan SOS, I love the financial wellness show. It's short, sweet, and packed with valuable insights from Steve and guests! Looking forward to each and every episode.